September 28 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
MatNeoSIP Patient Safety Network – Community of Practice
Our next online MatNeoSIP Patient Safety Network: Community of Practice on Thursday 28 September 2023 will begin with an overview of the Maternity Early Warning Score (MEWS) and Newborn Early Warning Trigger and Track (NEWTT2).
This two-hour interactive session aims to build on our previous Patient Safety Collaborative events, with a focus on mapping out what needs to happen in each Trust ahead of MEWS/ NEWTT2 roll out, so it is important to have wide ranging input from a variety of teams. Having this insight will also allow us to consider how these tools fit into the wider Trust practices.
The event will be co-hosted by the West of England and South West AHSNs and provides an opportunity for organisations to collaborate, learn and share from each other during the active phase of the programme.
Who should attend?
As this Community of Practice is an inclusive event, please feel free to join if you have an active interest in the topic. Note, you do not need to be working in quality improvement or a leadership role to participate. However, we would particularly encourage those working in the following roles to attend:
- Labour ward lead
- Post-natal and antenatal manager
- Governance lead
- Transitional care lead
- Triage lead
- Audit lead
- Deterioration lead
- Maternity and Neonatal Safety Champion
- Obstetric, midwife, neonatal nurse and neonatologist representatives
- Practice placement educators
- Professional Maternity Advocate
- Maternity and Neonatal Voices Partnerships
- Professional midwifery advocates
- Voluntary, community and social enterprise sector
- Junior doctors
- Digital lead midwives.
This community of practice is an inclusive event, if you have an active interest in the topic you do not need to currently have an active quality improvement or leadership role to attend.
You can sign-up for this event on the West of England AHSN website.