Following last year’s inaugural Bristol Patient Safety Conference, Engineers’ House hosted a very successful event again this year on 15th May.
Dr Mike Durkin, national director of Patient Safety for NHS England gave a keynote address, followed by presentations by leading national patient safety experts.
One of the aims of the conference is to provide networking opportunities for those involved in patient safety work across the region. Individuals and teams from local hospital trusts, local healthcare professionals, and businesspeople who have innovated to improve patient safety will be talking about their achievements at the conference.
Martyn Bowen, venue manager at Engineers’ House said: ”The format of the conference was a combination of plenary talks and interactive workshops so it was a lively event, with delegates making the most of our many break-out areas throughout this historic building.
”We were delighted that our client chose to return to Engineers’ House for a second consecutive year. It is always lovely when clients come back, and with repeat bookings accounting for 78% of our business, we see this as a great vote of confidence in our customer service skills. Our client has even gone as far as to book ahead for 2016 - a reflection of how successful the event was.”