Reports and Student Reports (Canadian Patient Safety Institute)
Items in this Collection
- 12Canadian Patient Safety Institute
- 2Canadian Institute for Health Information
- 2Lang, Ariella
- 1Accreditation Canada
- 1Baker, G. Ross
- 1Blais, Régis
- 16Patient Safety
- 2Patient Harm
- 1Communication and Teamwork
- 1Healthcare Workers
Communicating After Harm in Healthcare was developed by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute to assist you and your organization throughout the process of communicating after patient safety incidents that resulted in harm. This document can help to guide organizations with strategies and tactics...
Creating a Safe Space: Psychological Safety of Healthcare Workers (Peer to Peer Support and Other Support Models)Download
The Creating a Safe Space: Addressing the Psychological Safety of Healthcare Workers manuscript and the Canadian Peer Support Network are intended to assist healthcare organizations support healthcare workers by creating peer-to-peer support programs (PSPs) or other models of supports to improve...
In 2014, a National Patient Safety Consortium, comprised of organizations, patients and family members from across Canada was formed to drive a shared action plan for safer healthcare for Canadians – the Integrated Patient Safety Action Plan. The Consortium Steering Committee governed the...
Examining Tools, Processes & Resources to Promote Communication and Teamwork in the Perioperative SettingDownload
In the Canadian context, CPSI has undertaken the goal of accelerating the pace and dissemination of patient safety improvements by developing a national strategy on patient safety. The purpose of this report was to provide a review of findings from the literature regarding tools and resources...
Getting ahead of harm before it happens: A guide about proactive analysis for improving surgical care safetyDownload
n healthcare, when patients are harmed or nearly harmed, reactive investigations are conducted. While these are important, they usually focus only on one patient, although occasionally the care of a group of patients may be reviewed. In a way, these investigations are too late- some patients...
Leading Large Scale Change (Reference List): Background Paper for National Patient Safety ConsortiumDownload
The purpose of this document is to provide a summary of frameworks and strategies for leading large scale change. The intent is that this paper will provide the background for open discussion for the National Patient Safety Consortium. Research suggests that leaders who want wide scale change...
The analytical report, Measuring Patient Harm in Canadian Hospitals, introduces this approach to measuring hospital harm, provides an overview of the status of these patient safety events in Canada (outside of Quebec) and identifies how the data and associated improvement resource can be used for...
The purpose of this environmental scan is to provide a high level summary of the patient safety and quality priorities and goals for participants of the National Patient Safety Consortium. More specifically, the goals of this document are to: (1) Confirm that all partners have a part to play in...
In the complex health care environment within which we live today, safe health care demands constant active and collaborative efforts among healthcare providers, patients and families alike. Learn more about the Hidden Curriculum and what it takes to ensure the reliable delivery of safe...
Doran, Diane M., Blais, Régis, Harrison, Margaret B, Hirdes, John P., Baker, G. Ross, Lang, Ariella, MacDonald, Marilyn, Dill, Donna, Donaldson, Susan, Droppo, Lisa, Easty, Anthony Charles, Gruneir, Andrea, Heckman, George A., Lacroix, Hélène, Mansell, Lynne, Mitchell, Lori, Morrissey, Terry, O'Beirne, Maeve, Sears, Nancy A., Stevenson, R. Lynn, Storch, Janet L., White, Nancy
Home care (HC) is an integral component of the ongoing restructuring of healthcare in Canada. Its continuing growth as a care option is accompanied by an increasing awareness of unique issues related to client safety in the HC context. The occurrence of an adverse event (AE) is a safety issue...