This is the second-year Annual Walk for Patient Safety intended to support #uniteforsafeare and celebrate the WPSD not on but around 9/17/21.
This event will bring healthcare workers and other stakeholders together to raise awareness of “Safe Maternal and Newborn Care” as the main theme and “Health Worker’s Safety Is Patient Safety” as sub-theme. In addition to the main event, a light-up (in orange) ceremony around a famous park will take place after it gets dark. Another highlight of the celebration will be a festival of food, drinks and music with entertainment in the park and a VIP dinner party at a nearby hotel.
A total of 500+ participants will be walking in the West District of Taichung and through both busy and quaint neighborhoods including Calligraphy Greenway. Total walking distance is about 3.4 km. Another highlight of the activity is to light up the famous environment surrounding the large park known as Civic Square in orange color when it gets dark. A festival of food, drinks and music with entertainment will follow and become the central theme of uniting for safe care through celebrations and giving thanks to healthcare workers.
Asian Society for Quality in Health Care (ASQua;www.asquaa.org) — the Malaysia-headquartered network of National Societies from the Asian region dedicated to the improvement of quality in healthcare, marks World Patient Safety Day 2021 with a multinational webinar on the theme of Safe maternal and newborn care. Speakers from USA, Japan, Taiwan and India will deliberate on various aspects related to the theme of World Patient Safety Day 2021.
E-Poster and Video Poster competitions are being conducted for participants across the Asian region and winners will be recognized.
For additional details, please visit http://www.asquaa.org/wpsd2021
Agenda: September 17 @ 14:00 pm – September 18@ 15:30 pm
Video Preview: https://we.tl/t-BrmUJSHRe0
||Jackson Figueiredo e Rosana de Deus
||Round Table: Value in Healthcare
Value in Healthcare
The Art of Applying Anesthesia
The Cost of a Perfect Anesthesia
|Moderator: Rita de Cássia
Panelists: Heleno Costa, Marcos Albuquerque and Roberto Manara
||Round Table: Quality in Healthcare
Clinical Outcomes and TIVA,
Anesthesia 5.0: Present and Future
Prevention of Medication Errors in the OR
|Moderator: Luís Antônio Diego
Panelists: Vicente F. Fonseca, Rafael Bianconi, Diógenes Silva and Mário Borges
||Round Table: Health Safety
Safe Anesthesia Saves Lives
Sustainability and Anesthesia
Caring for the Caregivers
|Moderator: André Luis Ottoboni
Panelists: Aline Chibana, Airton Bagatini, Leonardo Kister and Dulce Pereira de Brito
||Presentation: Cardiac Anesthesia: State of the Art
||Rosana de Deus, Airton Bagatini, Karina Pires and Jorge Salluh
||Opening + Highlights of Day One
||Jorge Salluh, Airton Bagatini e Karina Pires
||Round Table: Sedation in ICU
Optimizing Sedation for a Faster Weaning
Sedation in Neurocritical Patients
|Moderator: William Viana and Bruno Besen
John Kress (Univ. Chicago)
||Round Table: Sedation and Delirium in the ICU
PharmacologicTreatment: Does it work?
|Moderator: Roberta Castro
Panelists: Jorge Salluh e Paulo Nassar
||Round Table: Quality of Care in the ICU
AMIB’s role in Quality, Making Wise Choices
National Registries in the ICU
How to measure quality on a daily basis?
Adverse Event Prediction
|Moderator: Marcelo Maia
Panelists: Lucas Zambon, Suzana Lobo, Ederlon Rezende e Vicente Souza Dantas
||Round Table: The Impacts of Sepsis in Intensive Care
Patient Safety in the ICU: A Practical Guide for Sepsis Patients
Mechanical Ventilation: Quality Indicators Associated with Outcomes
Biomarkers for Sepsis
Prolonged Sedation with Propofol: Infectious Risks and PRIS
|Moderator: Cinthia Grion e Daniela Souza
Jean Louis Vincent (Erasme, Bruxelas, Bélgica)
Jean Daniel Chiche (Univ.Lausanne, Suiça)
Pedro Póvoa (Univ NOVA, Portugal)
Cassia Righy Shinotsuka (FIOCRUZ, IEC)
||Round Table: Recent studies in ICU, what have we learned?
|Moderator: Juliana Ferreira and Fernando Suparregui Dias
Panelists: Thiago Lisboa, Regis Rosa and Alexandre Biasi
One-Day Workshop on Medical Error Management. Attendees will learn the different types of medical errors, how to analyze, manage and prevent medical error recurrence. Know the Bahrain’s Legislation concerned with Medical Error.
The reason we are walking is to show our support of the slogan that “we must unite for safe care”. To light up the landmark building of the Opera House in orange is to celebrate the World Patient Safety Day at the same time, to raise Taiwan’s international profile based on the success we have achieved so far in fighting the coronavirus pandemic. We will be walking 3 km in the vicinity of downtown.
Baines Occupational Health Services would like to host a Zoom session for Healthcare institutions in Zimbabwe to raise the importance of patient safety. They would also like to develop and distribute brochures on patient safety across Southern Africa.
We intend to light up a building with the Orange T-Shirts and we also intend to mobilize people to do a walk holding placards and pictographical materials that reinforce the need for us all to unite for the safety of both the patients and caregivers.
This will be held in Lagos State, Nigeria.
We are also speaking to colleagues in Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa to commit to lighting up a building to promote the same agenda.
Hosting a webinar on World Patient Safety Day with Rotarians around the world. Most are unaware of Patient Safety and the WHO initiatives around this, so it will be the first of many as we seek to integrate patient safety into the world-wide Rotary grant programs. Registration required at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvceGtqD8sH9Ao2Lz0INlyM6X6PdSn446B