NCBC Annual Conference 2019
Thursday 14 February – Friday 15 February
The Kings Fund
11 Cavendish Square
London W1G 0AN
The National Cardiac Benchmarking Collaborative (NCBC) is holding its next Annual Conference over 1.5 days at the Kings Fund in February 2019. The conference is only open to the UK Specialist or Tertiary Cardiac Centres who are members of the NCBC. If you would like to attend the annual conference, and your Centre/Trust is an NCBC member, then please contact your centre’s NCBC lead who is coordinating which delegates can attend from your organization. If you are unsure who your lead is then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 14 February
Day 1: Cardiac Safety Workshop
Following the success of the Sharing and Learning from Cardiac Incidents Workshop last year, the first afternoon will further explore how the collaborative can share and learn from each other’s safety incidents. There will be more presentations and discussion of selected safety incidents from NCBC centres, and we will discuss what actions NCBC centres can take forward in order to help prevent similar incidents and harms occurring in the future.
Places are limited for this workshop. Please liaise with your Lead Contact if you would like to attend.
Friday 15 February
Day 2: NCBC ‘Meet, Share, Learn and Do…’
The second full day of the Annual Conference will feature the usual combination of plenary talks from national experts and leaders in cardiac care, featuring presentations and panel discussion on Informed Consent, as well as updates on the new CVD Plan for England and the Cardiology GIRFT programme.
There will also be 10 highly topical parallel breakout group sessions, enabling delegates to discuss common problems and solutions.
This year, we are also launching the NCBC Cardiac Services Improvement and Innovation Award - with presentations from the four shortlisted finalists and the chance to vote for the winner!
The NCBC Annual Conference is only open to employees of member centres, together with and invited guests and speakers. If you would like to attend the 2019 NCBC Annual Conference you must contact your NCBC Centre Lead ASAP. If you are unsure who to liaise with at your centre, please email email@example.com