Improving quality of care should include rights of health workers as well patients to ensure true compliance with human rights principles. And, these principles have to be translated into effective legal provisions. SAFEMEDIC will explore these issues from education to practice

Soosmita Sinha

President of the Health Law Institute

Interprofessional education is vital to develop successful and sustained collaborative practice amongst health and social care professionals in their day to day work. This allows them to value each other’s skills and knowledge, develop strong relationships and trust which enhances patient care. This holistic view of health care as a partnership of all concerned can only be of benefit when considering the personal safety of staff.

Lesley Diack

Professor at Robert Gordon University