If there's anything that the pandemic has highlighted, it's that the importance of prioritising patient safety as a core responsibility across the entire system, is evident now more than ever.

This year, the HSJ Patient Safety Congress will return to Manchester on 20-21 September and for the first time in the history of our conference, we will be joining forces with both the National Outreach Forum and the International Society for Rapid Response Systems who will co-locate their annual conferences with us.

Sessions at Congress and particularly the contribution of patient speakers has led to changes in medical textbooks and new research being commissioned. The programme is developed around our key principles of real solutions and challenging content - enabling you to take back ideas to achieve outstanding patient care and implement the core initiatives of the NHS Patient Safety Strategy.

Attending the Congress can literally change practice for you and your colleagues and we look forward to once again providing that invaluable space for you to re-connect with the standards and aspirations to constantly improve patient safety and quality during this difficult time.

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