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Canadian Patient Safety Institute. October 2018.
Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Canadian Patient Safety Institute. October 28-30, 2015.
This free annual conference hosted presentations and discussions exploring multidisciplinary insights on best practices and lessons learned about different patient safety themes each day. Presentations from the 2011-2015 virtual forums are available for viewing.
Goldman B. "White Coat, Black Art." CBC Radio. October 31, 2014.
This radio segment explores whether sleep deprivation affects the safety of care delivery. Panelists discuss sleep deprivation in health care, the influence of hierarchy and peer behaviors in normalizing fatigue, and the impacts of duty hour limits on patient safety. This contributes to the continuing debate about the benefits of work hour reductions and its potential to detract from residents' competency.
Goldman B. TEDxToronto. November 2011.
In this video, a physician describes his own mistakes and explains how a culture of blame inhibits error disclosure. He advocates redefining medical culture so clinicians can learn from errors.
Society for Medical Decision Making. October 25–27, 2010; Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Audiovisual > Meeting/Conference Proceedings
BUKSA Conference Management and Program Development. October 23-25, 2008; Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
This Halifax-series conference focused on the legal implications of health care safety and featured speakers from both legal and health care fields.
Four Corners. ABC Television. July 3, 2006.
This Web site on an Australian documentary provides links to resources and an online forum discussing patient safety.