Preventing errors - what lessons can the construction industry learn from the medical profession?
Date: Thursday 17th March 2022
Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Cost: Free to attend and open to GIRI members and non-members
A free one-hour webinar exploring error prevention strategies in a medical setting and how these could be applied to construction.
A leading healthcare professional will explain the approaches used in medicine to prevent errors. Attendees will then participate in a workshop to explore the similarities, and differences, between the professions of medicine and construction.
The session will then explore traditional versus modern approaches to medicine and healthcare, and how a behaviour-based approach might create better outcomes than rigidly adhering to set processes.
The workshop will close by reviewing these ideas and observations through the lens of the construction industry to see if there are lessons to be learned.
Host: Nick Francis, director, GIRI Training & Consultancy
Speaker: Dr Ollie Hart, Director at Peak Health Coaching
Dr Ollie Hart is a GP partner at Sloan Medical Centre, Sheffield, and clinical lead for Sheffield’s person-centred care programme. He was one of the founder members of NHS England’s PAM learning set and is a national leader for collaborative care and support planning for The Royal College of General Practitioners. His coaching and training are informed by graduating from cohort 5 of The Sheffield Microsystems Coaching Academy, which champions embedding coaching and quality improvement methodologies in health systems.
This event is free to attend and open to GIRI members and industry professionals.
Registration for this event is now closed.