Chair: Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert, Dean, Nursing Science, Assumption University of Thailand
Supported by: The Nurses Association of Thailand

Not only are nurses responsible for providing safe patient care, nurses are also responsible for creating an environment in which others can provide safe patient care, and for being the last line of defense when needed between the patient and potential harm. Having a deep understanding of patient safety and patient safety culture allows nurses to be the leaders in ensuring that patients are always safe.

This conference will focus on Patient & Personnel Safety: The Nurses’ Initiatives.


Key topics:

  • 2Ps Safety: How implement for health care system
  • Mobilizing personnel safety in nursing organization
  • Experiences and trust towards safety in health care industry: The customer focus

  • Benefits of attending:

  • Determine the best use of patient data and IT tools to improve patient safety
  • Enhance safety by incorporating the latest best practice
  • Review safety culture by creating a safe environment for people to discuss and report safety issues
  • Support staff and patients/families impacted by medical errors
  • Redesign care processes to increase reliability

  • Key speakers:

    Assoc Prof Jane Griffiths, Chair, Scientific Committees for Research and Excellence, UAE Nursing and Midwifery Council, Chair, Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Council, Dubai Health Authority, Chief Nursing Information Officer, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai, UAE

    Supanee Senadisai, President,The Nurses Association of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand