Learning from Death – Structured Judgement Review (SJR) training day
10 January 2019, 9.30am - 4.30pm
About Learning from Death
In collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians and the National Mortality Case Record Review Programme , UCLPartners Patient Safety is offering Structured Judgement Review training to healthcare professionals.
The interactive and practice-based one-day training is open to healthcare professionals from UCLPartners membership organisations who are already involved, or are planning to be involved, in undertaking mortality reviews in acute, mental health or community hospitals.
Attendees will be trained on how to conduct mortality reviews using the SJR methodology and tool, learn about the background of the programme and how to make explicit judgements. They will be given case studies to test and develop their skills, and have the chance to ask any questions about the programme.
Attendees will also qualify to become tier one trainers with the ability to cascade training to colleagues wanting to become reviewers.
After attending this course attendees will be able to:
– undertake case record review using the SJR method
– deliver SJR training to colleagues
Who is the course for?
The training is open to healthcare professionals from UCLPartners membership organisations.
Please note that although this event is free, a holding fee of £50 is taken and will be charged for non-attendance or for cancellations made less than 48 hours before the event without a valid reason.