This meeting is an opportunity for Each Baby Counts Lead Reporters, Reviewers and other healthcare professionals with an interest in clinical governance and risk management, to hear first-hand the findings emerging from the RCOG’s flagship quality improvement project to reduce avoidable harm in labour.
The meeting will feature final information on the themes that emerge and the lessons that can be learned from the care of babies born in 2017. In addition, we will present updated information relating to the quality of local reviews into the care of these babies. There will also be presentations providing up-to-date information on national work-streams and opportunities to get involved in the day through interactive sessions.
Each Baby Counts programme launched in late 2014 and is the RCOG’s national quality improvement project with an aim by 2020 to halve the number of babies who die or are left with severe brain injury as a result of something going wrong during labour.
- Hear about the findings emerging from the RCOG’s flagship quality improvement project for intrapartum care
- Listen to presentations from leading experts and updates on national work-streams
- Participate in multi-professional discussions about how to improve the quality of incident reviews and the care of babies at a national level
- Take part in interactive sessions to share your own ideas and experience with others working in your field
- Be inspired by practical solutions about how to improve care in your own unit
- Claim a maximum of 6 CPD credits for full attendance at this meeting
Who should attend
- Each Baby Counts Lead Reporters
- Each Baby Counts Reviewers
- Clinical Governance and Patient Safety Leads
- Risk Management Midwives
- Labour Ward Leads
- Local Development Leads
- Clinical Commissioners Health Service Managers and other health professionals with an interest in risk management and service improvement