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PS 101: Introduction to Patient Safety

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Background

Sponsor Type:

Private

Origin/Sponsor:

Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)

Reach:

International

Pre-Training

Pre-requisites:

Information Not Available

Content

Evidence Based:

Yes

Evidence:

Content Areas:

Error Reporting and Analysis; Error Reporting; Error Analysis; Medication Errors/Preventable Adverse Drug Events; Monitoring Errors and Failures; Education and Training; Online Education; Quality Improvement Strategies; Continuous Quality Improvement; Continuing Education; Medication Safety

Clinical Area:

Medicine, Pharmacy

Program Description/Program Objectives:

This course will explore why becoming a student of patient safety is critical for everyone involved in health care. It will also cover the human and financial toll of medical error around the world, along with the basics of the psychology of error and five essential behaviors that any health care worker can adopt to improve the safety of patients.

Learning Objectives

Organizational Needs Assessment:

No

Cultural Readiness Assessment:

No

In-Service Delivery Option:

No

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered By:

Self-study

Program Focus:

Both

Mode of Delivery:

Self-directed Study, Web-based training

Instructional Strategy:

Information

Instructional Model:

External Training

Target Audience:

Allied Health Professionals, Health Care Executives and Administrators, Health Care Providers, Nurse Managers, Nurses, Pharmacists, Physicians, Risk Managers

Setting of Care:

Ambulatory Care, Hospitals, Outpatient Surgery, Psychiatric Facilities, Residential Facilities

Implementation

Length of Program:

1.5 hour(s)

Credit Hours:

Yes

Certification:

No

Per Person Cost:

Information Not Available

Post-Training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation:

Yes

Available Evaluation Measures:

Level 1 Participant Reaction to Training, Level 2 Participant Learning

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