Protecting Patient Safety: Preventing Medical Errors, Updated 1st Edition
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This course discusses the current state of medical errors, patient safety and how healthcare practitioners can become active participants in safety culture. Along with types and causes of medical errors, strategies to reduce, prevent or control these mistakes are presented. Methods of identifying, analyzing and reporting medical errors and identifying vulnerable populations are also discussed. The course also addresses patient safety initiatives from the Joint Commission, National Quality Forum, National Safety Foundation, AHRQ, NCPS, FDA, World Health Organization, and the Leapfrog Group.
Florida PTs & PTAs - Fulfills your entire Medical Error CE requirement. Approved by the Florida Board of Physical Therapy, CE Broker Course #s 20-418695 & 20-418696.
- Identify the Scope, background, and language of medical errors
- Discuss common causes of medical errors and error-reducing interventions
- Discuss types of medical errors and error-reducing strategies
- Describe a culture of safety
- Describe the processes involved in identifying, analyzing, and reporting medical errors
- Identify populations with increased vulnerability to medical errors
- Discuss patient safety education and patient safety initiatives
Eileen S. O’Neill PhD, RN, is Professor Emerita at the College of Nursing University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Her specialty is adult pulmonary care. Dr. O’Neill’s research program centers on clinical decision making. She has been a co-investigator on several grants, most recently on a National Science Foundation grant to develop a point-of-care clinical decision support system to improve clinical decision-making and reduce errors. Dr. O’Neill has published in several leading nursing journals, focusing on the care of pulmonary patients and the role of technology in improving patient care and safety
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