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Each Baby Counts: Clinical Engagement Forum 2016

On 10 June 2016, the RCOG held the Clinical Engagement Forum to launch the first Each Baby Counts report.

Lead Reporters, Reviewers and other healthcare professionals with an interest in clinical governance and risk management the opportunity heard first-hand the findings emerging from the RCOG’s flagship quality improvement project to reduce avoidable harm in labour. The report was based on interim figures for 2015.

The event was well attended and attendees heard keynote talks from leading experts in the field of service improvement, risk management and incident investigation.

Report

View the Each Baby Counts: key messages 2015 report.

Presentations

You can watch videos of the presentations via the links below:

Session I: What do we know about the quality of local adverse clinical incident reviews?
Chair: Professor Alan Cameron, Vice President, Clinical Quality, RCOG

Session II: Towards better adverse clinical incident reviews
Chair: Professor Zarko Alfirevic, Professor of Fetal and Maternal Medicine, University of Liverpool

Local quality improvement case studies

All the presentations from the day are also freely available through the RCOG’s StratOG resources.

Feedback

We have compiled some delegate feedback from the day:

Excellent conference which generated lots of thought and provided me with useful information to take back to my Trust

Forum delegate

“A valuable study day which presented multiple opportunities to reflect on local services and identify areas for improvement.”

“An exciting, moving and motivational day."

"Very good programme... with lots of take home messages. Certainly my practice will change."

Find out more

Read further information about the Each Baby Counts quality improvement programme.

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David Richmond, RCOG President, at the 2016 Each Baby Counts Clinical Engagement Forum

Professor Elizabeth Draper, Professor of Perinatal and Paediatric Epidemiology

Alan Cameron chairing the session with Dr Matthew Jolly, Dr Corrine Love, Dr Heather Payne and Dr Alyson Hunter

Ms Janet Scott, Head of Research and Prevention, Sands