Keynote: The global challenge for patient safety Free

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Tore Laerdal looks at the scope of global patient safety and considers the lessons that can be learnt from maternal/newborn care. Applying the Ustein formula for survival, Mr Laerdal looks at how medical science combined with educational efficiency can increase survival rates. 

This lecture was filmed for the 'Safe-t summit 2018' event at the RSM in London on Friday 13th April 2018.

Length: 00:32:31

00:01:00 - Outline
00:08:11 - Lessons learnt from sudden cardiac arrest
00:14:05 - The Ustein Formula for Survival
00:31:52 - Key take away for global patient safety
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Michael Platt, Lead Clinician for Pain Services, Imperial College London.

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Jerry Nolan, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Royal United Hospital. 

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