Guides and Frameworks (Canadian Patient Safety Institute)
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- 6Canadian Patient Safety Institute
- 3MacLaurin, Anne
- 2Beard, Paula
- 2Bernier, Paule
- 2Boiteau, Paul
- 2Cass, Mike
- 15Patient Safety
- 1Acute Myocardial Infarction
- 1Hand Hygiene
- 1Healthcare Harm
Beard, Paula, Damignani, Rita, Davis, Donna, Espin, Sherry, Hunter, Linda, Ip, Ivan, Krause, Christina, MacDonald, Pauline, MacLaurin, Anne, Mann, Jane, Margiotta, Helen, Menger, Conny, Mikkelsen, Anette, Nakajima, Amy, O'Neill, Cathy, Pollock, Erin, Smylie, Jackie, Taylor, Laurie, Wallace, Gord, Wilson, Nicole, Winfield, Cindy
Although the value of good teamwork and communication is well-recognized in healthcare, the complexity of healthcare and the dynamics among healthcare providers creates a myriad of challenges to creating sound practices. Considering these challenges and the broadness of the topic, the Working...
Analyze, manage, and learn from patient safety incidents in any healthcare setting with the Canadian Incident Analysis Framework. Incident analysis is a structured process for identifying what happened, how and why it happened, what can be done to reduce the risk of recurrence and make care...
n recent years, many healthcare organizations have developed local methods for responding to patient safety incidents with processes that are more rigorous than a simple incident report but less rigorous than a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) or similar comprehensive review. The World Health...
This comprehensive Hand Hygiene Toolkit allows you to start improving hand hygiene in your organization. | Cette trousse d'outils exhaustive vous facilitera la mise en œuvre de stratégies d'amélioration des pratiques d'hygiène des mains dans votre...
Patients expect hospital care to be safe and for most people it is. However, a small proportion of patients experience some type of unintended harm as a result of the care they receive. The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) have...
Bellerose, Chantal, Clarke, Sean, Currie, Dannie, Cyr, Cleo, Fillatre, Theresa, Flintoft, Virginia, Grace, Sherry, Hawkins, Marie, MacLaurin, Anne, Marr, Davis, Pike, Rody, Tu, Jack, Waters, Mary Anne, Watson, Randy
The Getting Started Kit contains clinical information on the science of improvement, and everything you need to know to start using the intervention.
The Improvement Frameworks Getting Started Kit is intended to serve as a common document appended to the Safer Healthcare Now! Getting Started Kits. The goal is to help provide a consistent way for teams and individuals to approach the challenge of making changes that result in improvements. ...
Suicide is a tragic and distressing phenomenon. The negative effects on families, friends and communities following a suicide reinforce the urgency for a better understanding and prevention of suicide. In Canada, Statistics Canada reported that 3,500 people died by suicide in 2006. Globally, the...
This toolkit was prepared by researchers from the University of Victoria, in collaboration with AE Informatics Inc., ISMP Canada and the Canadian Patient Safety Institute with funding provided by Canada Health Infoway. It explores current electronic MedRec (eMedRec) practices in Canada and...
The Patient Safety Education Program — Canada (PSEP — Canada) is a conference-based education dissemination method, which uses a train-the-trainer curriculum-driven approach grounded in specific adult learning methods to teach both content and how to disseminate it. Participants who complete the...