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HAP 735 - Fundamentals of Patient Safety and Risk Management

https://catalog.gmu.edu/search/?search=%22patient+safety%22

Background

Sponsor Type:

Academic

Origin/Sponsor:

College of Health and Human Services; Department of Health Administration and Policy; George Mason University

Reach:

School-specific

Pre-Training

Pre-requisites:

Yes

Content

Evidence Based:

Yes

Evidence:

Content Areas:

Medication Errors/Preventable Adverse Drug Events; Failure Mode Effects Analysis; Risk Analysis; Root Cause Analysis; Wrong-Site Surgery; Wrong-Site Surgery; Side Effects/Adverse Drug Reactions; Regulation; Continuing Education; Education and Training; Identification Errors; Intraoperative Complications; Surgical Complications; Error Reporting and Analysis; Legal and Policy Approaches; Medication Safety

Clinical Area:

Medicine, Public Health, Surgery

Program Description/Program Objectives:

Students build and interpret causal model of risks and test the accuracy of them against extant incidence reports using risk analysis models, risk analysis life cycle, as well as methods of evaluating the validity and reliability of risk analysis. Bayesian probability models, probabilistic risk analysis, root-cause analysis, and failure model analysis are covered.

Learning Objectives

Organizational Needs Assessment:

No

Cultural Readiness Assessment:

No

In-Service Delivery Option:

No

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered By:

Faculty

Program Focus:

Participants

Mode of Delivery:

Classroom Instruction, Self-directed Study, Web-based training

Instructional Strategy:

Demonstration

Instructional Model:

Academic Training

Target Audience:

Healthcare Students

Setting of Care:

General Hospitals, Hospitals

Implementation

Length of Program:

Credit Hours:

Yes

Certification:

Yes

Per Person Cost:

See website

Post-Training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation:

Yes

Available Evaluation Measures:

Level 1 Participant Reaction to Training, Level 2 Participant Learning, Level 3 Transfer of Training to the Job

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