A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: Warning

Message: Declaration of Model_Speaker::prepare_results($items) should be compatible with Base_Model::prepare_results($items, $tbl = NULL)

Filename: models/model_speaker.php

Line Number: 428

A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: Warning

Message: Declaration of Model_Event::prepare_results($items) should be compatible with Base_Model::prepare_results($items, $tbl = NULL)

Filename: models/model_event.php

Line Number: 290

Page 626 – Stanford Medicine X
Simon Mawer
LLB, GCLP, The Risk Authority

About Me

Simon is a lawyer, decision analyst and design thinker. He currently serves as Assistant Vice President of Risk Management for The Risk Authority Stanford (TRA) and Program Manager of Risk Management Loss Controls and Education for Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health.

He is Project Lead for the Innovence Lab, where he works with frontline healthcare teams on solving complex patient safety challenges using the tools of human-centered design. He is also Lead Facilitator in TRA’s DARTS Program, where he assists healthcare organizations make robust, high quality litigation strategy and reserving decisions.

Prior to joining The Risk Authority Stanford, Simon practiced as a Solicitor in commercial litigation and medical malpractice in Australia. He received his Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Certificate of Legal Practice from the University of Technology, Sydney, and is admitted as a lawyer to the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Simon has also received his Certificate in Strategic Decisions and Risk Management from Stanford University in 2014.

At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 26 12:50 pm (LK 102)
Advancing Patient Safety Through Design Thinking at Stanford
How might we use design thinking to advance patient safety?We’ve been on a journey exploring that question – from the creation of our Innovence Lab at TRA Stanford, to building an interdisciplinary... Read more
Sunday, September 27 4:05 pm (Plenary Hall)
Patient Safety Design Challenge Debriefing
Sunday, September 18 12:00 pm (LK 102)
Using design thinking to improve the safety and quality of health care for providers, patients and their families
Since the 1999 Institute of Medicine’s groundbreaking report, “To err is human,” health care organizations have been exerting significant efforts to address the quality, safety, service and cost... Read more
Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Start typing and press Enter to search