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Webinar: Harm in healthcare

18 February 2021
In February 2021, DWF hosted a series of webinars exploring the concerning topic of Harm in Healthcare, why it happens and what is being done to reduce the risks.

With input from an international audience, the first session explored the theories behind patient safety, with presentations from leaders in the field, namely Professor Suzette Woodward, Donna Forsyth and Dr Denise Chaffer. The second session examined what is happening in practice, Dr Denise Chaffer returned to explain the scale of the task and initiatives being deployed by NHS Resolution, and was joined by speakers from the USA who then shared their experiences and insight namely, patient safety specialist Nikki Centomani and claims specialist Bridget Zaremba.

Click here to watch the webinar and access the slides

To discuss any of the issues presented in the webinars, please contact Vicki Swanton.

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