Reluctant Heroes: How the Media Shaped Perceptions of the Medical Response to Covid-19
Ms Brenda Power,
Creating a Culture of Performance Management
Mr Ian Carter,
CEO, RCSI Hospital Group
Session 1: Concluding Remarks
Chair: Prof Cathal Kelly, CEO, RCSI
Coffee & Poster Streaming
Theme: Improving the Healthcare Journey
Chair: Ms Susan Moloney, Quality & Patient Safety Manager, RCSI Hospital Group
RCSI Hospital Group –
Enabling Quality Improvement at the frontline
Dr Therese Callinan,
PhD, Quality Improvement Manager,
RCSI Hospital Group
The long and winding road to Quality Improvement;
What I learned along the way
Dr Gavin Lavery,
Former Intensivist and Clinical Lead for
QI Northern Ireland
Let’s do it better: Listening to family feedback in Paediatric Complex Pain assessment’
Vital Signs Automation
Pathfinder: An Alternative to the Emergency Department for Older Adults who Dial 999
Ms Kimberley Penna, Children’s Health Ireland
Ms Lorraine Brady & Mr Gerard Duignan Cavan General Hospital
Ms Grace Corcoran & Mr Lawrence Kenna Beaumont Hospital and National Ambulance Service
Ms Sheila McGuinness
COO, RCSI Hospital Group
Session 2: Concluding Remarks
Chair: Ms Susan Moloney,
Quality & Patient Safety Manager, RCSI Hospital Group
Lunch & Poster Streaming
Session 3 Theme: Supporting Staff & Patients
Chair: Mr. Keith McCarthy, Director of Human, Resources, RCSI Hospital Group
How to create confidence in yourselves and in your teams
Prof Ian Robertson,
Clinical Psychologist & Neuroscientist
Small things make a big difference
Ms Phyllis MacNamara,
Session 3: Concluding Remarks
Chair: Mr. Keith McCarthy,
Director of Human Resources, RCSI Hospital Group
Ms. Sheila McGuinness,
COO, RCSI Hospital Group
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