Day 1 - Wednesday 18th May, 2016
8.30
Registration, coffee & networking
Governing improvement
9.15
KEYNOTE: Interpretive thinking for continuous improvement

• Governance perspectives on accreditation for improvement
• Principles of management and governance
• Optimal design of processes for performance improvement


10.00
SPEED NETWORKING

Bring your business cards and expand your professional network

10.20
Morning tea & networking
10.50
Achieving senior clinician buy-in

• Maintaining a multi-disciplinary approach
• Ensuring excellence throughout an organisation
• Demonstrating importance to those not engaged in the process


11.30
Managing organisational wide changes

• Managing resources effectively
• Coping with the demand of education roll-out
• Engaging Allied Health staff


12.10
Networking lunch
1.10
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Do the standards in their current form go far enough?

Draft version 2 of the revised standards has received significant feedback.
Do the standards encompass all the changes that need to happen?
Are they clearer or do they present some problems?

1.50
Creating a culture of partnering with consumers

• Going beyond tokenistic participation to meaningful partnership
• Promoting a patient and consumer voice in decision making at all levels
• Consumer engagement in staff recruitment and training


2.30
Afternoon tea & networking
3.00
Transitioning to clinical communication

• Cross pollination of communication
• How hospitals should move forward
• Multidisciplinary communication


3.40
Exploring potential root causes of hospital-acquired blood stream infections

• Challenging ingrained cultural practices
• Contributing to accreditation by lateral thinking and the willingness to innovate


4.20
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of day one
Day 2 - Thursday 19th May, 2016
8.30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9.00
Opening remarks from the Chair

Demonstrating compliance sustainably
9.10
KEYNOTE: Auditing against the revised standards

• What new processes and facilities will be needed to implement the proposed new standards?
• Insights from a pilot project and audit against the purposed standards


9.50
Spotlight Roundtable Discussion
10.20
Morning tea & networking
10.50
SPOTLIGHT SESSION: Measuring to meet standard 7

• Prioritising and developing action plans for safe transfusion practice
• Examples of clinical improvement projects relating to blood that have worked well
• Available resources to assist hospitals with safe and appropriate transfusion management


11.30
Best practice consumer-centred care

• Partnering with consumers across the whole patient journey
• Recognising the need for standards that are consistent across care settings
• Paradigm shifts in global perspectives on safety and quality in healthcare


12.10
Networking lunch
1.10
Panel Discussion: Addressing Clinical Risk
1.40
Looking at complex medical issues through the eyes of a patient

• Sustainable practices of health literacy
• Going beyond brochures to comprehensive care
• Confirming patients understand


2.20
Achieving excellent outcomes in mental health

• Co-production with consumers and carers
• Feedback processes for consumers and carers
• Comprehensive care planning
• Minimisation and elimination of restraint and seclusion
• Identifying, including and supporting carers, family, and friends


3.00
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of conference

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