Workshops

Pre-registration for Workshops is closed. Onsite Registration will open on 20 March 2017 At 8:00 AM only for Limited Seats. Please come early to the Deanship of Postgraduate Education, KSAU-HS.


Registration Guideline
  • All registrants who are subjected to slot availability will be accepted on a first come, first served concept.
  • Registration will be completed /approved upon receiving of the proof of payment.
  • Payment through bank transfers should match the registrant name using his/her own personal bank account and receive its receipt.
  • Only individual payment will be accepted, no group payments only through sponsors.
  • If the participant does not have any bank account, cash deposit is required through ANB (Arab National Bank), kindly ensure the participant’s name appears in the deposit slip ,in case if (the paying person) is not the participant.
Payment Method for Workshops
  • Complete your personal information on your profile in http://events.ksau-hs.edu.sa
  • Choose your workshop that you are interested in.
  • Make the payment before March 16th, 2017 before 10:00 AM through the following:-
  • Visit PTC Registration Office and pay in cash OR
Please note the below:
  • If you cannot choose your targeted workshop that means this workshop is already full.
  • Applicants cannot be transferred from one workshop to another.
  • All the workshop fees are non-refundable.
Workshops Deadlines:
  • January 26th, 2017 before 02:00 PM .
  • February 2nd, 2017 before 02:00 PM.
  • February 9th, 2017 before 02:00 PM.
  • February 23th, 2017 before 02:00 PM.
  • March 2nd, 2017 before 02:00 PM.
  • March 9th, 2017 before 02:00 PM.
  • March 16th, 2017 before 10:00 AM.


  • Account Name: ESC/Academic Affairs Account Number: 01-08-00520891-009-1 IBAN: SA653040-01-08-00520891-009-1 Bank Name: Arab National Bank

    Pre-Workshops

    Monday, 20 March 2017

    Guidelines Implementation Strategies to Enhance Patient Safety

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Introduce to participants the processing & developing guidelines.
    • Explain the Concepts of Patient Safety within the context of Implementing Guidelines.
    • Explain the barrier & constraints during Guideline Implementation process with focus on patient safety.
    Target audience:
    • Clinical Departments Chairmen, managers, supervisors ..
    • All clinicians: physicians, nurses ,and others
    • Quality & patients safety specialists
    • Infection Control Specialists
    • Guideline Developers
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Mazen Ferwana
    • Dr. Khaled Al Suraimi
    • Dr. Imad Hassan
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 30
     

    Instrumental vaginal delivery…Toward Safety for Mother and Neonate

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (13:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    The scope of this workshop will include indications for operative vaginal delivery, choice of instrument, aspects of safe clinical practice, risk of physical and psychological complications and a brief review of special circumstances.
    Target audience:
    • Primary health care Ob/Gyn Physicians
    • Midwifery
    • Nurses
    Faculty:
    • Dr Nadia A.AlGhilan
    Fees: 100 SAR Seats: 25
     

    Patient Safety Affected by Media, Role of Health Workers

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Introduce health workers to the importance of social media.
    • Community acceptance to medical information in social media
    • Improve knowledge of community about patient safety by social media
    • Encourage health workers to be involved in the world of social media
    Target audience:
    • All health care workers include physicians, nurses, technicians, medical students, residents.
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Abdulrahman Bukhari
    • Dr. Mutaz ashim
    • Dr. Farhan ALenezi
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Reducing cesarean section rate ….can we achieve?

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Importance of the high risk pregnancy
    • Screening high risk pregnancy
    • Safe maternity safe future
    Target audience:
    • Primary health care Ob/Gyn Physicians
    • Midwifery
    • Nurses
    Faculty:
    • Dr Nadia A.AlGhilan
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 25
     

    Role of Senior Leadership in Supporting the Infection Control Agenda

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (13:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    • This work shop is designed to address the importance of infection control as a specialized discipline, its impact on patient safety and the importance of leadership in supporting the IC program of the hospital. It will focus on international and local challenges and expertise, how to overcome the challenges and show case for the impact it may have in saving patients’ lives, mitigating outbreaks, decreasing hospital, ensuring proper utilization of resources. Finally, we will share with you tips of how Not to lose your job as a hospital leader from an IC incident!!
    Target audience:
    • Medical directors of governmental and private hospitals, directors on infection control, hospital epidemiologists, and infection control personal, hospital CEOs.
    Faculty:
    • Professor Stephen Meuthing
    • Dr. Hail Abdaly
    • Dr. Majid Alshamrani
    • Dr. Thamer Alenazi
    • Dr Hanan Balkhy
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS)

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (13:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    • Improve outcome by decreasing Length of Stay.
    • Decrease Mortality and Morbidity Rate.
    • Decrease Surgical Site Infection, Urinary Tract Infection and DVT.
    Target audience:
    • Anesthesiologist
    • Surgeons
    • Nurses
    • Healthcare Providers
    Faculty:
    • Prof. Henrik Kehlet
    • Dr. Jubil Thomas
    • Dr. Thamer Al Tayeb
    • Dr. Mohammed Al Harbi
    • Ms. Dorthe Hjort
    • Ms. Maram Sakkijha
    • Dr. Zeyad Al Yousef
    • Dr. Sami ElBoghdadl
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Clinical Incident Management Workshop (CIMW)

    Date & Time: Monday 20 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Develop expert knowledge, skills and best practices in patient safety incidents management
    • Introduce participants to the pro-active model of incident management through Common Cause Analysis Methodology
    • Enable managers to constantly analyze and trend data on reported incidents
    • Share MNGHA experience in patient safety incidents management using Risk Assessment and Just Culture Framework
    Target audience:
    • Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders who are responsible for Quality and Patient Safety in their organizations
    • Risk Managers
    • Other interested healthcare professionals (Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacist..Etc.) In the field of Quality and Patient Safety
    Faculty:
    • Souzan Alowesie
    • Sheila Javellana
    • Abdullah Yaqub
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50

    Parallel Workshops

    Wednesday, 22 March 2017

    Right Care Right Now

    Date & Time: Wednesday 22 Mar 2017 (13:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    • To understand the epidemiology of the disease and current transmission patterns of MERS-CoV.
    • To recognize the importance of the need for infection control awareness and skills using competency based training in managing an outbreak in the healthcare settings.
    • To describe infection control strategies in preventing the transmission of the disease in order to ensure the protection of patients, healthcare workers and visitors
    Target audience:
    • All healthcare providers
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Majid AlShamrani
    • Ms. Bassema Shadfan
    • Ms. Nimfa Dagunton
    • Mr. Baseem Abukhazam
    Fees: 50 SAR
    Seats: 60

    Post Workshops

    Thursday, 23 March 2017

    Improving the Care of Mechanically Ventilated Patient

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Review the process of improving the care of mechanically ventilated patients.
    • Review the program of CUSP 4 MVP in Saudi Hospitals.
    Target audience:
    • All healthcare providers involved in the care of mechanically ventilated patients
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Yaseen Arabi
    • Dr. Asad Latif
    • John Alchin
    • Dr. Hassan Hawa
    • Abdullah Al Muhanna
    • Ms. Maha Aljuaid
    • Dr. Raymond Khan
    • Dr. Yasser Mandourah
    • Hanan Almutairi
    • Anas Amr
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Integration of Simulation in Patient Safety

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (13:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    • Discuss role of simulation in patient safety.
    • Practice constructing a simulation based program with low fidelity simulation.
    • Practice a safety-oriented scenario design and debrief.
    Target audience:
    • MD’s
    • RN’s
    • RT’s
    • Paramedics
    • Quality Specialists
    • Managers.
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Abdulaleem AlatassiDr. Abeer Arab
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Replace “I” to “We” Illness Become Wellness

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (08:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    • To perform a rapid wellness assessment of all participants by passage through “WELLNESS STREET”
    • Provide coaching based on digital HRA (Health Risk Assessment) report.
    • To provide participants with health and wellbeing lifestyle advice to improve work-life balance.
    Target audience: All health care workers and administrative. Faculty: My Saudi Wellness Inc. Team Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 30
     

    Team STEPPS Fundamental Course

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Familiarize the participant with the core teamwork concepts
    • Introduce to the participant specific tools and strategies known to improve communication and teamwork and reduce the chance of medical error.
    Target audience:
    • Physicians, Nurses and Allied Health Science Staff
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Abdulmohsen AlSaawi
    • Dr. Ahmed Alamry
    • Mr. Abdullah Yaqub
    • Ms. Suzan Al Owais
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Publishing Quality Improvement Project Report

    Date and Time: Thursday, 23 March 2017, 0830-1700
    Objective:
    • To differentiate between the QI project and other types of research project.
    • To know the concept and structure of SQUIRE publication guidelines.
    • To understand the items and the requirements for each parts of the SQUIRE guidelines.
    • To prepare the 1st draft of QI project Manuscript according to SQUIRE guidelines.
    • To identify the appropriate medical journals for publishing quialigy improvement manuscript (e.g. BMJ Quality Improvement Reports Journal).
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Khaled Alsurimi, PhD, MSc, PgDip
    • Dr. Abdul Rahman Jazieh, MD, MPH
    • Dr. Ashley McKimm
    Target Audience: By Invitation
     

    The Update GCC IC Surveillance Sefinitions

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • Review the 2015/2016 changes for surveillance definition of healthcare-associated infections
    • Review the updated GCC data collection forms
    • Discuss the newly introduced ventilator associated events
    Target audience:
    • Infection control practitioners
    • Nurses interested/working in infection control
    • Infectious disease physicians
    • Epidemiologists
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Aiman El-Saed Ramadan
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 50
     

    Utilizing System Integration in Health Simulation to Improve Patient Safety

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (08:00-13:00)
    Objectives:
    • By the end of this workshop, the participants will be able to integrate medical simulation (with a stepwise approach) in the health care delivery process to improve patient safety.
    • By the end of this workshop, the participants will be able to integrate medical simulation in the commissioning of new healthcare services to improve patient.
    • By the end of this workshop, the participants will be able to integrate medical simulation in the commissioning of new healthcare services to improve patient safety. utilize medical simulation to target training needs to improve patient safety.
    Target audience:
    • Clinicians
    • Quality specialists
    • Risk Management specialists
    • Hospital administrators
    • System engineers
    • Patient safety advocates
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Hani Lababidi
    • Dr. Abdullah Almarshed
    • Dr Shadi AlMoziny
    Fees: 100 SAR
    Seats: 30
     

    Publishing Quality Paper Writing

    Date & Time: Thursday 23 Mar 2017 (08:00-17:00)
    Objectives:
    • Differentiate between the QI project and other types of research projects
    • Know the concept and structure of SQUIRE publication guidelines
    • Understand the items and the requirements for each parts of the SQUIRE guidelines
    • Prepare the 1st daft of QI project Manuscript according SQUIRE guidelines
    • Identify the appropriate medical journals for publishing quality improvement Manuscript (e.g. BMJ Quality Improvement Reports Journal)
    Target audience:
    • All healthcare providers
    Faculty:
    • Dr. Abdul Rahman Jazieh, MD, MPH
    • Dr. Khaled Alsurimi, PhD, MSc, PgDip
    • Dr. Ashley McKimm
    By invitation only