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Three members of the Patient Safety Academy team will be presenting posters at the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors annual conference in Daventry (13-16 April 2015).

  • "Engaging frontline NHS staff in the improvement of surgical services for patients admitted with right iliac fossa pain"  Lorna Flynn
  • "Innovation for hospital referrals - Oxford Acute Referrals System" Matt Woodward
  • "Efficiency and safety improvements in a surgical post-take ward round" Lance Holman


More details on EHF2015 can be found at


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