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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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,...