The final report of the 4th UEHP-Relyens workshop: “The Human Value in Hospital Risk Management” is now available!
Last 9 March, UEHP held the workshop “The Human Value in Hospital Risk Management”, in close partnership with our associated member Relyens.
This workshop was the 4th of a series of workshops where we are building a European community of Risk management experts and managers coming from all over Europe to identify how to mitigate old and new emerging risks in our hospitals.
Given the current situation and the shortages of healthcare stuff we are experiencing everywhere in Europe, we decided to focus on the human value and how to attract more people in the healthcare sector as well as how to best retain the medical teams we have. Shortages of healthcare workers have a direct impact on the quality and safety of care we give to our patients.
During the workshop the speakers presented a European overview of the situation and focused on sharing concrete National initiatives and projects. The participants heard from the main private hospitals groups in Europe about their strategies to involve and reward their employees and how to improve the attractiveness of the healthcare and hospital sectors; they also learned about medical interns and students’ new expectations and challenges and the nurses perspectives. We concluded the day with a presentation of the EU funded project BeWell, which aims at promoting the upskill and reskill of the European health workforce.
Another very interactive and participative edition!
Stay tuned for the announcement of the next edition.