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Patient Safety 2024

About Conference

Welcome to the 9th World Congress on Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare in Dubai, UAE!

It is with great pleasure that we extend a warm welcome to all esteemed participants, healthcare professionals, researchers, policymakers, and innovators from around the world.

The 9th World Congress on Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare, scheduled for January 11-12, 2024, is set to be an enriching and transformative experience. In the heart of Dubai, a city renowned for its innovation, cultural diversity, and hospitality, we come together to address the most pressing issues in healthcare. Our congress is more than just an event; it is a global platform where knowledge converges, ideas flourish, and collaborations thrive.

Why Attend?

Cutting-Edge Insights: Dive into the latest advancements in patient safety protocols, healthcare quality improvement, and innovative technologies. Stay updated with the forefront of medical research and technology.

Global Collaboration: Engage with experts and peers from diverse healthcare backgrounds. Build international connections, fostering collaborations that can shape the future of healthcare.

Inspiring Sessions: Experience a meticulously curated agenda featuring keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops, and interactive sessions. Gain insights from thought leaders and industry pioneers.

Patient-Centered Approach: Explore the human side of healthcare. Learn about patient-centered care models, compassionate practices, and strategies to enhance the overall patient experience.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with professionals who share your passion for patient safety and quality  healthcare. Network with fellow attendees, speakers, and exhibitors to expand your professional circle.

Inclusive Discussions: Participate in discussions about current healthcare challenges, COVID-19 response strategies, and the resilient future of global healthcare systems. Contribute your ideas and expertise to meaningful conversations.

Dubai, with its iconic skyline and visionary spirit, provides an ideal backdrop for this intellectually stimulating event. We invite you to be part of this transformative journey, where ideas turn into actions, and collaborations pave the way for a brighter, safer healthcare future.

Who to attend?

The Patient Safety 2024 is tailored for healthcare professionals, patient safety experts, researchers, policymakers, and administrators. It also welcomes patient advocates, healthcare technology specialists, pharmaceutical and medical device professionals, quality assurance and compliance experts, public health officials, educators, international healthcare representatives, students, innovators, and community health workers. This diverse audience creates a dynamic platform for knowledge exchange, collaboration, and the advancement of patient safety and healthcare quality. Whether you are a healthcare practitioner, researcher, policymaker, or a healthcare innovator, this congress is designed to cater to your interests and expertise in the healthcare sector.

Sessions & Tracks

Track 01: Patient-Centered Care

Patient-Centered Care is an approach to healthcare that prioritizes the patient's preferences, values, and needs at the center of all healthcare decisions and activities. It involves actively involving patients in their care, respecting their autonomy, and ensuring that healthcare providers consider the patient's perspective when making clinical decisions.

  • Shared decision making
  • Cultural competence and diversity
  • Patient feedback and experience
  • Patient education and health literacy
  • Technology and telehealth in patient-centered care

Track 02: Quality Improvement Strategies

Quality Improvement Strategies in healthcare are systematic and data-driven approaches aimed at enhancing the quality of healthcare services and patient outcomes. It involves continuous assessment, identification of areas for improvement, and implementing changes to achieve better results.

  • Performance measurement and metrics
  • Lean and six sigma methodologies
  • Root cause analysis
  • Patient safety initiatives
  • Process redesign and workflow optimization

Track 03: Medication Safety

Medication Safety in healthcare involves strategies and protocols to prevent medication errors, promote safe medication use, and reduce the risk of adverse drug events. Ensuring the safety of patients in the administration and management of medications is a critical aspect of healthcare.

  • Medication administration procedures
  • Medication reconciliation
  • Barcoding and electronic medication administration records (eMAR)
  • Polypharmacy and medication management
  • Medication safety culture

Track 04: Infection Control and Prevention

Infection Control and Prevention is a critical aspect of healthcare aimed at minimizing the risk of healthcare-associated infections and protecting both patients and healthcare workers. It involves a range of strategies and best practices to prevent the spread of infections in healthcare settings.

  • Hand hygiene and hygiene practices
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Environmental cleaning and disinfection
  • Isolation and transmission-based precautions
  • Vaccination and immunization programs

Track 05: Innovations in Healthcare Technology

Innovations in Healthcare Technology refer to the ever-evolving landscape of technological advancements that are transforming the healthcare industry. These innovations aim to improve patient care, streamline processes, and enhance healthcare delivery.

  • Telemedicine and telehealth
  • Health information technology (HIT)
  • Digital health and mobile health (mHealth)
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning
  • Medical devices and remote monitoring

Track 06: Safety Culture and Leadership

Safety Culture and Leadership in healthcare centers on fostering a culture that prioritizes patient safety and promotes a proactive approach to reducing errors and adverse events. Leadership plays a pivotal role in establishing and sustaining a culture of safety within healthcare organizations.

  • Leadership in patient safety
  • Safety culture assessment and improvement
  • Teamwork and communication
  • Just culture and reporting systems
  • Leadership development and training

Track 07: Patient Safety Metrics and Measurement

Patient Safety Metrics and Measurement in healthcare involves the systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of data to evaluate the effectiveness of patient safety initiatives and identify areas for improvement. It enables healthcare organizations to quantify their safety performance, track progress, and implement evidence-based strategies for enhancing patient safety.

  • Safety indicator development
  • Data collection and analysis methods
  • Benchmarking and comparative analysis
  • Outcome measurement and improvement
  • Patient experience and safety

Track 08: Diagnostic Safety

Diagnostic Safety in healthcare is an essential aspect of ensuring that patients receive accurate and timely diagnoses, minimizing the risk of diagnostic errors, and improving overall patient care. It encompasses various strategies and practices to enhance the safety of the diagnostic process.

  • Diagnostic error prevention
  • Test ordering and utilization
  • Communication of diagnostic information
  • Diagnostic imaging safety
  • Patient involvement in diagnosis

Track 09: Communication and Teamwork

Communication and Teamwork are vital components of patient safety and quality healthcare. Effective communication among healthcare providers and interdisciplinary teamwork can prevent errors, improve patient outcomes, and foster a culture of safety.

  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Effective communication skills
  • Care transitions and handoffs
  • Conflict resolution and negotiation
  • Healthcare communication technologies

Track 10: Patient and Family Engagement

Patient and Family Engagement is a fundamental aspect of patient-centered care, focusing on actively involving patients and their families in the healthcare decision-making process and treatment planning. It promotes open communication, shared decision-making, and improved healthcare outcomes.

  • Shared decision-making
  • Patient education and health literacy
  • Patient and family advisory councils
  • Patient and family feedback and satisfaction
  • Patient and family-centered care models

Track 11: Risk Management and Legal Aspects

Risk Management and Legal Aspects in healthcare encompass strategies and measures aimed at identifying, mitigating, and managing risks to patient safety and the healthcare organization. This includes addressing legal issues, compliance with regulations, and minimizing the potential for liability.

  • Medical malpractice and liability
  • Regulatory compliance and accreditation
  • Risk assessment and mitigation
  • Patient safety reporting systems
  • Ethical and legal dilemmas

Track 12: Human Factors and Error Reduction

Human Factors and Error Reduction in healthcare involve understanding how human behavior, cognition, and interactions with technology and the environment influence patient safety. By addressing human factors, healthcare organizations can reduce errors, enhance safety, and improve overall patient care.

  • Cognitive psychology and decision-making
  • Workplace design and ergonomics
  • Usability and design of healthcare technology
  • Human error analysis and prevention
  • Communication and team dynamics

Track 13: Global patient safety challenges

Global Patient Safety Challenges pertain to the pressing and universal issues in patient safety that impact healthcare systems worldwide. These challenges require international collaboration and innovative solutions to ensure patient safety on a global scale.

  • Medication safety across borders
  • Infection control and prevention in global health
  • Quality and safety in low-resource settings
  • Global health disparities and equity
  • Patient safety culture and education

Track 14: Crisis and Emergency Preparedness

Crisis and Emergency Preparedness in healthcare focuses on the strategies and processes that healthcare organizations use to plan for, respond to, and recover from various crises and emergencies, including natural disasters, pandemics, and other unexpected events. Preparedness is crucial to ensuring the safety of patients, healthcare workers, and the continuity of healthcare services.

  • Disaster Response and Management
  • Pandemic Preparedness
  • Emergency Communication and Information Systems
  • Resource Allocation and Triage Protocols
  • Business Continuity and Resilience

Track 15: Ethics in Patient Safety

Ethics in Patient Safety is an essential component of healthcare that addresses the moral and ethical considerations in the pursuit of patient safety. It encompasses a range of ethical dilemmas and principles that guide decision-making and practices to ensure the well-being and safety of patients.

  • Informed Consent and Shared Decision-Making
  • End-of-Life and Palliative Care Ethics
  • Patient Confidentiality and Privacy
  • Ethical Dilemmas in Resource Allocation
  • Moral Distress and Ethical Decision-Making

Market Analysis

The global patient safety and risk management software market size was valued at USD 1.77 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2% from 2023 to 2030. An increase in the number of medical errors, coupled with a growing necessity to provide patient safety and care, are the key factors driving the market. Also, government initiatives to promote the healthcare software sector and the increased adoption of digitization are further accelerating market growth.  The WHO is coming up with a campaign for World Patient Safety Day 2023 with the slogan “Elevate the voice of patients!” to ensure that all stakeholders are involved in policy formulation, designing safety strategies, and being active partners. Such activities contribute to the development of a platform that is patient-centered.

Furthermore, the increasing need to reduce risk factors such as hospital-acquired infections, the need for reduction in healthcare costs, and a rise in focus to strengthen patient outcomes are a few major factors responsible for the increasing demand for these software products. An increase in chronic health conditions is anticipated to drive the awareness and benefits associated with the market. This, in turn, is expected to help in the growth of the market for patient safety and risk management software in the coming years.

The rapid growth in healthcare infrastructure encourages hospitals and long-term care centers to adopt different innovative technologies, which in turn is influencing the growth of the market. Furthermore, increasing patient awareness and increased operational efficiency due to reduced medical errors are some major factors propelling the growth of the market for patient safety and risk management software.

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