Maternity Safety Conference 2021
23rd March 2021
Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel
We still have some fantastic sponsorship packages available for this event.
Baby Lifeline is always keen to showcase best practice in health care, and so we invite attendees of our national conference on 23rd March 2021 to submit poster abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by or on Monday, 22nd Feb 2021.
The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP
MP, Chair of the Health Select Committee, and Founder of Patient Safety Watch.
Dr Denise Chaffer
Director of Safety and Learning at NHS Resolution, registered nurse and midwife.
Professor Sir Cyril Chantler
Vice Chairman NHS England Maternity Review (Report: Better Births), All-Party Parliamentary Group Health Advisor.
Baroness Julie Cumberlege CBE DL
Member of the House of Lords, Chair of the National Maternity Review (Report: Better Births).
Sir Liam Donaldson
Patient Safety Envoy, World Health Organization
Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent
Chief Midwifery Officer for NHS England, National Maternity Safety Champion for the Department of Health.
Dr Lisa Hinton
Senior Research Associate – THIS Institute
Dr Matthew Jolly
National Clinical Director for Maternity and Women’s Health, Acute Medical Directorate, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Health Correspondent at the Independent
Mr Edward Morris
President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Chair of Baby Lifeline’s Multi-Professional Advisory Panel.
Nadine Montgomery BSc, LLB
Midwife, Nurse and Healthcare Leader, Chair of the Independent Investigation into Maternity Services at Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust.
Chief Executive, Royal College of Midwives
More speakers to be announced…
Our 2nd annual conference will bring together maternity professionals, system leaders, subject specialists and patients and families to present the latest evidence on the safety of maternity care today, share examples of positive improvement and best practice and hear from senior leaders about the next steps in the national maternity safety programme.
- Learning from Health and Social Care Committee Maternity Inquiry.
- The next steps towards achieving the national ambition in maternity
- Woman-centred care: promoting choice, personalisation, and parent engagement
- The Seven Features of Safe Maternity Care researched by THIS Institute.
- Reducing inequality and improving outcome.
- A global perspective of patient safety progress.
- The national picture of maternity safety – learning from key national organisations (including, the Care Quality Commission, Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch, NHS Resolution, and MBRRACE-UK)
- Learning from the Coronavirus pandemic
- Patient-driven change: improving informed consent