Challenges and Realities in the Spanish National Health Service
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Programme and presentations

International conference on patient safety: CHALLENGES AND REALITIES IN THE SPANISH NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE.
November 15-16. 2006 Madrid. Spain.

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Wednesday 15 Programa del día 16  
9:30 - 10:00 h.
Opening

Spain presents a statement supporting the WHO (World Alliance for Patient Safety) challenge for 2005-2006: "Clean Care is Safe Care".

Ms Elena Salgado Méndez Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs of Spain and Sir Liam Donaldson (Chair of the World Alliance for Patient Safety and Chief Medical Officer of the United Kingdom).


10:30 - 11:00 h.
The World Alliance for The Safety Patients
Sir Liam Donaldson, Chair of the World Alliance for Patient Safety and Chief Medical Officer of United Kingdom.
11:00 - 12:30 h.
Patient Safety: An International Perspective
Chairperson: Alberto Infante Campos, General Director of the Quality Agency of the NHS, Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs of Spain.
The WHO and the Challenge for 2005-2006
Didier Pittet, leading the Global Patient Safety Challenge and Director of the Infection Control Programme, University of Geneva.
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Recommendations of the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Edward Kelley, Director of the National Health Care Quality Reports, US Agency for Health Care Research and Quality. Head of the Health Care Quality Indicators Project, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
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Patient Safety: Policies and Strategies in Costa Rica.
Orlando Urroz Torres, Director of the National Patient Safety Programme, Social Security Systems, Costa Rica.
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12:30 - 14:00 h.
Patient Safety Policies in the Spanish National Health Service (first part).

    Quality Plan for the Spanish NHS and Patient Safety.
    Alberto Infante Campos
    , General Director of the Quality Agency of the NHS, Spain.
    Development of Patient Safety Policies in the Spanish NHS.
    Enrique Terol Gárcia
    , Deputy Director of the Quality Agency of the NHS, Spain.
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    Spanish National Study of Adverse Events.
    Jesús Aranaz Andrés,
    Public Health Department, Miguel Hernandez University, Elche. Hospital San Joan, Alicante. Spain.
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    Good practices and their measurement: Proposal of indicators.
    Pedro Jesús Saturno Hernández
    , Public Health Department, Murcia University, Spain.
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15:00 - 16:30 h.
Patient Safety Policies in the Spanish National Health Service (second part).

Chairperson: Enrique Terol García, Deputy Director of the Quality Agency of the NHS, Spain.
Implementation of Patient Safety Policies and Experiences in the Spanish Health Regions:
Andalucía. Safe Medication Technology. Gonzalo Suarez Alemán. Deputy Director of Costa del Sol Hospital.
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Cantabria. Mónica Robles García. Deputy Director of Quality and Development. Cantabria Health Service
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Cataluña. Rafael Manzanera i López. General Director of Health Resources. Cataluña Health Service
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Madrid. Strategies for the stablishment of funtional Units at the Madrid Region. Alberto Pardo Hernández. Deputy Director of Quality. Madrid Health Service.  
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Principado de Asturias. Patient identification in Asturias.. Joaquín Morís de la Tassa. Quality Coordinator. Cabueñes Hospital. Asturias Health Service
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Valencia. Antonio Galán Serrano. General Director of Quality and Patient Service.
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16:30 - 18:00 h.
Adverse Events Studies and Notification Systems

Chairperson: Marbella García Urbaneja, Deputy Director of the Osakidetza Quality Service, Spain.
Notification Systems in Denmark .
Antonio Bartolome Ruibal,
Anaesthetist, Alcorcon Foundation Hospital, Madrid, Spain.
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Legal approach to Notification Systems in Spain.
Asier Urruela Mora,
Professor of Criminal Law. Zaragoza University. Department of Law and Human Genome.Deusto University, Basque Country. Spain.
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Information and Notification Systems on Patient Safety: A Critical Analysis.
Leifur Bardarson,
Chair, Nordic Council of Ministres Working Group on Quality Measurement.
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