This event will explore:
1) Resilience engineering, or learning from success, works alongside the established approach of learning from failure. Our speaker from Resilience Engineering Association will give you a summary of the underlying theory and example practice;
2) Using statistical process control to help decision-makers at all levels to make better judgments and decisions based on Radiotherapy data;
3) Causal Analysis using System Theory (CAST) – CAST is a powerful tool to help you with incident investigation & analysis; it goes hand-in-hand with the resilience engineering theory and help us to learn more from unintended events.
If you are interested to learn more about resilience engineering, statistical process control (SPC) and Causal Analysis based on System Theory (CAST) for unintended event analysis, you are welcome to join us at Health Foundation on Friday 13th March 2020.
Venue: The Health Foundation, 8 Salisbury Square, London, EC4Y 8AP
Date/Time: Friday 13th March 2020 – Full day meeting – registration from 8:30am and finish around 4pm
1) 9:00-10:30 Resilience engineering – Dr Simon Gill, Director, The Safeguarding Community
– Approx. 45min BREAK –
2) 11:15-12:45 Statistical Process Control – John Lodge, Head of Quality Improvement – London Region, NHS England and NHS Improvement
– Approx. 1 hour 15min LIGHT LUNCH –
3) 14:00-15:30 Causal Analysis using System Theory (CAST) – Simon Whiteley, Managing Director, Whiteley Aerospace Safety Engineering & Management Limited
We have made a lot of effort to keep the event free for RTQ SIG members. If you are not able to attend the meeting after registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and ticket can be released to others on the waiting list.
We look forward to seeing you in March.