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About This Webinar

With the launch of the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF), trusts will be required to move away from reactive and hard-to-define thresholds for serious incidents, and instead adopt a proactive approach to learning when things go wrong. One of the methods the framework will recommend to further enhance post-incident learning is After Action Review (AAR).

AAR drives a different and more impactful type of learning to the traditional passive experiences of clinical investigations which are done to staff, whereas AARs are done with and by staff.

So what does this mean for you and your teams and how can you create organisational readiness to prepare for transition?

Join this this free webinar on 15 August from 11am-12pm and hear from our expert panellists to:
- Get an update on the implementation of PSIRF and develop more insight on what to expect over the next few months
- Understand what AAR is and understand why it makes such a valuable contribution to improving safety
- Learn how you and your teams can prepare to use AAR effectively
- Shift your thinking around how to create a culture of continuous improvement by assessing the impact of your learning and actions  
- Understand the impact AAR will have on team performance and agility

When: Mon, Oct 3, 2022 · 11:00 AM · London
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Patient Safety Specialist, Radar Healthcare
Webinar hosting presenter
After Action Review Trainer and Conductor
Judy is an international expert in the After Action Review approach to learning and increasing team performance, having led the AAR education programme at University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH), and introduced the approach into a wide range of corporate businesses and other NHS settings. Her skills lie in creating the psychological safety for powerful group learning and in teaching others to master the AAR process and overcome the organisation resistance to more open and honest conversations.
Her diverse portfolio of work includes designing bespoke education programmes for clinicians, increasing staff engagement in large teams and coaching teams through change processes. In the first part of her career Judy was a pioneer Hospital Play Specialist, transforming the quality and safety of paediatric services at The Middlesex Hospital and UCLH and nationally in her role as Chairman of the National Association of HPS.
Webinar hosting presenter
Learning Assurance Coordinator
My current role at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is as a Learning Assurance Coordinator within the Quality and Safety Governance team, a role which I took on in July 2021. This role encompasses ensuring that learning is shared widely across the trust as well as leading in the implementation of AAR and championing the method. I have 6 years of experience within governance in the NHS and have previously worked on serious incident investigations, CQC inspection coordination and ensuring compliance with national standards and guidance.
Webinar hosting presenter
Human Factors Lecturer, Quality, Reliability, Safety and Teamwork Unit, Patient Safety Academy, University of Oxford
I started working in healthcare after my dad fell off a roof and spent 8 weeks immobile in a specialist orthopaedic unit. Thanks to their care and attention, and a bucket load of luck, he fully recovered. Sat at his bedside, I saw nurses and doctors fighting against their systems of work to deliver the care they knew he needed. I am now director of a consultancy, morganhumansystems.co.uk, with a passion for improving care in the NHS through thoughtful design and use of systems understanding.

My mission is to change the way Human Factors is used in healthcare. It is so much more than team behaviours. I want to see change in the design of systems underpinning our care processes based on evidence and insights. I believe Human Factors specialists have a unique skillset that allow us to look at complex problems, and systematically analyse them to develop thoughtful solutions. We work in partnership with clinical colleagues every step of the way. I have experience across a range of healthcare settings, from surgery to mental health, GP to learning disabilities, intensive care to day surgery. I know that the real knowledge about how the system operates, and how best to keep it safe is held within the teams that work in it. That's why all human factors methodologies put the users of the system at the centre.
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