Let's All Team Up for Patient Safety
Join Us! This Congress will:
-Showcase best practices, current researches, innovations
-Formulate consensus recommendations
on relevant and urgent patient safery issues
Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) Manila, Philippines
Thursday to Friday
28-29 March, 2019
This conference follows the launch three years ago that gave an overview on Patient Safety and posed a challenge to actively start safety initiatives in healthcare institutions and across healthcare professionals and advocates. This conference now aims to present best practices, results of researches and innovation that address, key issues on patient safety, and highlight collaborations across institutions and organizations to promote a national patient safety culture.
The conference format will include several sessions on different areas and issues of patient safety. The sessions will include both expert inputs, case studies with interactive discussions and research presentations including best practices and innovative strategies in different settings. Apart from oral presentations, poster presentations that feature patient safety initiatives will be integrated into the congress.
The convention will have plenary sessions in the morning with 3 tracks in the afternoon composed of (1) Executive Development Track, (2) Clinical Track, and (3) Innovative Track. The sessions under the Executive Development Track will discuss managerial, administrative, & academic issues, the Clinical Track will be on issues related to specific clinical areas and the Innovative Track will tackle translational issues and innovations & practical resolutions that need to be formed by the attendees to move patient safety forward in the Philippine setting.
Dean Charlotte Chiong
PLENARY 1: Dr. Agnes Mejia
The National Center for Health Quality and Patient Safety
PLENARY 2: KEYNOTE SPEECHES 1 & 2 DOH Secretary Francisco Duque &
Dr. Gundo Aurel Weyler
The National Patient Safety Initiative
PLENARY 3: KEYNOTE SPEECH 3 Sen. Risa Hontiveros
Patient Safety Provisions within the Universal Health Care Bill
PLENARY 4: Dr. Armando Crisostomo (Vice Chancellor for Research)
PLENARY 5: Prof. Jenniffer Paguio (UPCN)
Patient Safety Bootcamp:take off from 2015 Manifesto
VISIT THE EXHIBITS
Cathay Drug – Meeting Room 1 | Unilab – Meeting Room 11 | MDS – Meeting Room 12
RESEARCH POSTER VIEWING VISIT THE EXHIBITS
Hall 1 Executive Track | CS1 Linda Buhat & Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go
Leading Culture Change for Patient Safety (Change Management)
Hall 2 Clinical Track | CS2 Dr. Minerva Calimag (USTH) | Dr. Jorge Concepcion (UP PGH) | Dr. Angela Aguilar
Ensuring Medication and Procedure Safety Part 1: Best Practices
Hall 3 Innovative Track | CS3 Panel Discussion
Universal Medical Error & Adverse Event reporting in the Philippine - Crossing the lines between Private & Public Health Care
Hall 1 Executive Development Track | CS4
Dr. Vic Malabonga &
Prof. Rosemary R. Seva, PhD (De La
Medico-ergonomics: Human Factors & Systems Engineering for Total System Safety
Hall 2 Clinical Track| CS5 Dr. Mediadora Saniel & Dr. Regina Berba
The Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) Program of the Philippines & Preventing Hospital-Acquired Infections
Hall 3 Innovative Track | CS6
Dr. Alvin Marcelo, (UPCM) &
Ms Lovereal Ermita, (SLMC Global)
Streamlining Health I.T. for Patient Safety Reporting & Management
Hall 1 Executive Development Track | CS7 Annebelle R. Borromeo, PhD, RN & Lynn Panganiban, MD
Building a Strong Team: Teamwork and Communication strategies for Patient Safety
Hall 2 Clinical Track | CS8 Dr. Norma Ona (NKTI) | Dr. Johanna Canal (UP PGH) | Roberto C. Sombillo, RN, PhD (Deputy Director for Nursing Delos Santos Medical Center)
Ensuring Procedure Safety Part 2: Best Practices
Hall 3 Innovative Track | CS9 Dr. Alvin Caballes & Dr-Atty. Ivy Patdu
"Professionalism, Ethics, and Patient Safety and Patient Privacy & Confidentiality in the Philippine Health System
PLENARY 6: Dr. Margarita Lota (UP CPH) & Dr. Marilyn Lorenzo PhD
Ensuring Patient Safety in Mass Vaccinations & Preventive Measures
PLENARY 7: Dr. Limuel Abrogena (UP PGH) & Prof. Luz Dones (UPCN)
Promoting Safety Culture in Primary Care: enhancing the service delivery network
PLENARY 8: Prof. Jenniffer Paguio
Promoting Healthy Professional Practice Environments
PLENARY 9: Dr. Eduardo Banzon
Building a business case for patient safety
PLENARY 10 with INTERACTIVE MIXING Dr. Armando Crisostomo &
Prof. Jenniffer Paguio
Developing Partnerships & Networks for Patient Safety
Inspirational Message and Call to Action
Chancellor Carmencita Padilla
VISIT THE EXHIBITS
Commercial Sponsor 4, 5 & 6
B. BRAUN - MEETING ROOM 1 | BOEHRINGER-INGELHEIM - MEETING ROOM 2
EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT TRACK | CS 10 Ms. Rita Tamse (UP PGH) &
Ms. Jo Cariaso (UPCN)
Patient Safety means you have to go beyond “Sorry”
CLINICAL TRACK | CS 11 Dr. Lourdes Ignacio (UP PGH) &
Dr. Benjamin Vista (UP PGH)
Mental Health & Patient Safety
INNOVATIVE TRACK | CS12:
Dr. Marieshiel Samonte (UPCM) &
Dr. Michael Lawenko (De La Salle Univ. Med. Center)
Innovations in Patient Safety Education: Best practices
EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT TRACK | CS 13: Dr. Jose Acuin (Medical Director, Asian Hospital & Medical Center) & Dr. Erlinda Oracion, MBAH, FPSA (TMC)
Aiming for Gold in Patient Safety
CLINICAL TRACK| CS 14:
Sheila R. Bonito, PhD, RN (Dean, UPCN & PNA Committee on Disaster Preparedness) &
Dr. Sarji Muldong (Int Committee of the Red Cross)
Patient Safety During Disasters
INNOVATIVE TRACK | CS 14: Dr. Iris Tan (UPCM) & Dr. Earl Sempio (USTH)
Making Social & Mass Media Work for Patient Safety
EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT TRACK | CS 15: Dr. Antonia Habana (UP PGH) & Dr. Noel Ligaya, Asian Hospital)
A Blueprint for Success: How to set up a comprehensive patient safety unit/program
CLINICAL TRACK | CS 15: Dr. Vivien Fe Camacho (UP Occup Health & Safety) | Occupational Health and Safety | Organization Representative
Making our Own Work Setting Safe for Us: Safety First for the Providers
INNOVATIVE TRACK | CS16: Ms. Girlie Lorenzo & Ms. Christy Donato (TMC)
Forging Partnerships with Patient Safety Groups
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Event venue location info and gallery
PICC Manila, Philippines
Asia's first international convention center.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Healthcare professionals, institutions, trainees and students may submit abstracts for either oral or poster presentation. These may be based on researches, projects or quality improvement initiatives that are original works of the indicated author/s. Abstracts may be on any of the following areas of patient safety science:
1. Healthy work/practice environment, patient safety culture/climate
2. Teamwork and communication in healthcare settings
3. Teaching patient safety
4. Health human resource management and improvement
5. Error and adverse event prevention, reporting and management, learning from errors
6. Continuous quality improvement initiatives and quality assurance
7. Healthcare interventions that promote patient safety
8. Establishing patient safety units
9. Patient and family engagement
10. Other topics that may be relevant for patient safety as determined by the screening committee
Abstracts should be submitted through electronic format (.pdf or .docx) to the Scientific Committee via email@example.com on the following Important Dates:
Submission of Abstract:
• First Call for Submission of Abstracts – August 31, 2018
• Second Call for Submission of Abstracts – November 29, 2018
• Last Call for Submission of Abstracts – February 15, 2019
Notification of acceptance and rejection of abstracts – March 15, 2019
1. Submissions should be the original work of the author/authors.
2. List authors arranged according to ICMJE authorship guidelines (http://www.icmje.org/recommendations/archives/2007_urm.pdf). The presenter may only be ONE person whose name is in bold letters on the submission. Institutional affiliation should be indicated. Corresponding author should be indicated.
3. The 500-word abstract should contain the following: Introduction/background, Methodology, Results, Conclusions/Recommendations
4. Content should adequately describe implications of the study/project/program to patient safety.
5. No tables, figures or illustrations.
6. A maximum of 10 references may be cited.
7. Multiple submissions by the same author is acceptable. However, submissions should not be a replication or a portion of another study.
8. Plagiarism and unethical submissions will be rejected.
9. Submission of abstract indicates that the author/s are declaring that this is their original work. Please indicate any conflict of interests, funding and/or publication.
Criteria for Evaluation:
Acceptance and determination of platform of presentation (oral or poster) will be based on the following: (1) Relevance to theme and areas of patient safety, (2) Clarity of presentation, (2) Aims and rationale, (4) Methodological soundness, (5) Presentation of results and discussion, and (6) Implications to practice.
Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by March 15, 2019 and must complete their registration by March 20, 2019 to ensure inclusion in the program.
1. Dr. Raymond Oliva
2. Dr. Faye Cagayan
3. Dr. Allan Hilario
Let Us Contact You
Registration & Rates
- Accout Name: UP Medical Alumni Foundation (UPMAF), Inc.
- Account No.: 3283-5519-29 _ Peso Savings Account
- Bank/Branch: BPI- Ermita Branch
UP Medical Alumni Foundation (UPMAF), Inc. | Address: Midland Plaza Condominium M. Adriatico Street Manila
For check payment the complete account name should be indicated in the check
For payment made thru Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) kindly email or fax a copy of the deposit slip at the number and email address above. Personal and Manager’s check are not accepted.
Deadline of registration and payment for early rate is on Feb 28, 2019 only and for regular rate is on Feb 29, 2019 onwards.
For further questions please contact the Congress Secretariat.
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