Interdisciplinary approaches to collaborate for safer hospitals
Conference Date
26th - 28th August 2019
Location
Sydney Boulevard Hotel
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Do your staff feel safe at your hospital?

Hospitals are one of the most at-risk workplaces for staff to be exposed to violence and aggression from those who they serve. Up to 90% of all hospital staff will experience some form of violence in the workplace during their career. However, these incidents are significantly underreported in hospitals. In order to ensure the safety and security of staff, more collaboration is necessary to develop preventative and reactive responses to incidents across all hospitals.

The Improving Hospital Safety & Security conference will address the need to promote a better culture of safety in hospitals by breaking staff out of silos and fostering collaboration in safety and security, strengthening strategies to de escalate and prevent incidents proactively and develop staff resilience and mental health.

Benefits of attending

  • Discover how to create a culture of staff safety & increase reporting
  • Learn practical strategies to secure well-being & prioritise staff mental health
  • Refine existing & discover new strategies to de-escalate potentially violent incidents
  • Understand the risks & benefits of physical intervention & how to apply appropriate restraints
  • Improve plans & processes to collaborate for multidisciplinary responses to incidents

Who will attend?

Clinicians responsible for:

  • Emergency
  • Mental Health
  • Drug & Alcohol
  • Aged Care
  • General Medicine
  • Midwifery

Security & patient services personnel with responsibilities for:

  • Security Services
  • Occupational Violence & Aggression
  • Facility Management
  • OHS/WHS
  • Patient Support Services
  • Operations

Attend to learn:

  • Promote a culture of safety in hospitals & empower staff to report incidents
  • Support staff with strategies to improve mental health, well-being & resilience
  • Strengthen interdisciplinary collaboration against incidents of violence & aggression
  • Prevent violence & aggression with proactive strategies to de-escalate incidents