Speaker handouts and presentations from Singapore 2016

Monday, 26 September 2016


M2

M2: Our story: leading Singapore’s 1st large scale initiative – handout 1

M2: Our story: leading Singapore’s 1st large scale initiative – handout 2

M2: Our story: leading Singapore’s 1st large scale initiative – handout 3

M2: Our story: leading Singapore’s 1st large scale initiative – slides

 

M5

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides 1

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides 2

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides 3

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides 4

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides 5

M5: Improving quality and safety in mental healthcare: the Singapore experience – slides 6

 

M6

M6: Back to the Basics: Building Essential Skills for Quality and Patient Safety

 

M8

Lets run an unconference – Helen Bevan

 

Tuesday, 27 September 2016


A2

A2:Improving Outcomes through Community Engagement

 

A3

A3:Quality care and quality of life for palliative patients and families

 

A4

A4:The art and science of compliance to checklists

 

A5

A5: Worker and Patient Safety: It’s a Two Way Street

 

B1

B1: How robotics can enhance the human touch and care experience
B2

B2:Quality and safety in mental healthcare: international updates from UK, Japan and Singapore – Slides 1

B2:Quality and safety in mental healthcare: international updates from UK, Japan and Singapore – Slides 2

 

B3

B3(Part a):Comprehensive screening and assessment in primary care for community-dwelling older people

 

B4

B4:Role of nursing – Slides 1

B4:Role of nursing – Slides 2

 

B5

B5: Quality of Care of Mothers and Newborns: Getting to Right Care, Avoiding Underusage and Overusage of Care

 

C1

C1:Innovations in Affordable healthcare in India

 

C2

C2:Respecting ourselves and our patients: improving patient safety by improved handling of violent patients

 

C3

C3:Implementing and sustaining large scale change as part of a learning network – reducing hypoglycaemia – Slides

C3:Implementing and sustaining large scale change as part of a learning network – reducing hypoglycaemia – Handout

 

C5

C5:Optimizing Quality and Safety for Better Patient Outcomes

 

K2

Keynote 2: Red Beads: the Foundations of Modern Improvement – Dr. Don Berwick

 


Wednesday, 28 September 2016


D1

D1:It’s time to rewrite the rules of change in healthcare!

 

D2

D2:Enhancing care across Care Continuum

 

D3

D3:Measuring for Success – Slides 1

D3:Measuring for Success – Slides 2

 

D4

D4:Managing adverse events – Slides 1

D4:Managing adverse events – Slides 2

 

D5

D5:Value-based medicine and medial professionalism: Can high quality and safe care be achieved at low cost? – Slides 1

D5:Value-based medicine and medial professionalism: Can high quality and safe care be achieved at low cost? – Slides 2

 

E1

E1:What should care for the older person look like by 2026? – Slides 1

E1:What should care for the older person look like by 2026? – Slides 2

E1:What should care for the older person look like by 2026? – Handout

 

E2

E2: Improving Reliability: Right Care at the Right Time

 

E3

E3:Large scale health systems improvement to recognise and manage deteriorating patients

 

E4

E4 (Part a) :Primary care transformation journey – NHGP’s experience

E4 (part b):’A tale of two systems – transformational primary care’, Primary care transformation at Canterbury District Health Board

 

E5

E5 (part b): Medical education innovations in a cost-constrained environment

 

F1

F1:New People, New Places, New Methods

 

F2

F2:What should you do as the expert team? – Evidence-based team training: TeamSTEPPS – Handout 1

F2:What should you do as the expert team? – Evidence-based team training: TeamSTEPPS – Handout 2

F2:What should you do as the expert team? – Evidence-based team training: TeamSTEPPS – Handout 3

 

F3

F3:Structuring your organisation for success in quality and safety – handout

F3:Structuring your organisation for success in quality and safety – slides

 

F4

F4:What have we missed in achieving safer care

 

K3

Radical Redesign – Derek Feeley

 

K4

Keynote 4:Healthcare Priorities – Lessons from Rural Life for City Living – Dr. L.Y Tan