Presentations (Canadian Patient Safety Institute)
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- 8Canadian Patient Safety Institute
- 5Baker, G. Ross
- 2Goldman, Joanne
- 2Rotteau, Leahora
- 1Harrison, Abigail
- 1Hayes, Chris W
Chatham Kent Health Alliance Presentation
In 2018, the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) commissioned Ipsos Public Affairs to survey Canadians about their awareness of the rates of patient harm in our healthcare system. We sought a baseline read of Canadians' understanding of patient safety, with the main objectives of: Assessing...
Educational Support for Mandatory Reporting of Serious ADRs and MDIs by Hospitals
The Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act, also known as Vanessa's Law, is intended to increase drug and medical device safety in Canada by strengthening Health Canada's ability to collect information and to take quick and appropriate action when a serious health risk is identified. As of...
The Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework consists of five dimensions, and a series of prompting key questions, that guide users to comprehensively and conceptually view safety. These five dimensions and related questions address: past harm, reliability, sensitivity to operations,...
Every year, since its debut, the Hands in Healthcare magazine has been recognized and awarded by the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) as the best in the industry, showcasing top talented healthcare providers and leaders...
Webinar on understanding how the Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework can form board understanding and help align strategic and operational approach to patient safety.
Hear firsthand from Healthcare Improvement Scotland and one of their teams that participated in the U.K. Health Foundation collaborative about their experience in applying the Vincent Framework at the frontline. The related challenges and benefits and how it has impacted their work. "…if I apply...
In Canada, as in the UK and US the focus of governments on assessing both quality and safety has increased over the past 10 years., A very large number of quality outcomes have been specified but the approach to safety has been much narrower, leaving many aspects of safety unexplored....
Webinar to hear firsthand how teams from our Learning Collaborative have applied Measurement and Monitoring of Safety before and after the COVID-19 outbreak and how it influenced their planning for the second wave. Share the experience from Interior Health, BC in their application of MMSF from...
Hear firsthand from the evaluation researchers what they learned from the 11 teams representing seven organizations and provinces which participated in the 18-month Measurement and Monitoring of Safety collaborative. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the Measurement and Monitoring...