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Errors and Experiences in Healthcare

Errors and Experiences in Healthcare

Errors and Experiences in Healthcare

Thomas Lewis
Thomas Lewis
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 14 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 11 Feb 2021

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KEEYA MOSES (20 Oct 2020)
very useful
Dr. Ebou Mbowe (17 Oct 2020)
good course
McKenzie, Crystal (2 Oct 2020)
The activity instructions were not very clear. Had to go through it and backtrack once I realized what they were looking for.

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Description

This session describes the types of error encountered in healthcare settings, ways of identifying errors, and how to prevent errors occurring. It also supports the development of leadership in clinical settings.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Explain what is meant by patient safety and clinical errors
● Categorise the types of clinical error that can occur, identifying those most likely within your own area of work
● Describe local and national processes for managing safer care
● Identify where the clinician can play a lead role in promoting safer care (using a case study)
● Identify learning which may arise from clinical errors (whether by self or others)
● Identify how, through demonstrating leadership, you will address issues in the future
Thomas Lewis

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Thomas Lewis
on behalf of Health Education England

Tom trained in the West Midlands, developing an interest in a number of research areas - from the assessment of hospital cleaning to new methods of rapid sequencing of bacterial genomes. He has now moved to North Devon, where he is the lead consultant for antibiotic stewardship. He is also involved in developing the patient safety agenda.

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KEEYA MOSES (20 Oct 2020)
very useful
Dr. Ebou Mbowe (17 Oct 2020)
good course
McKenzie, Crystal (2 Oct 2020)
The activity instructions were not very clear. Had to go through it and backtrack once I realized what they were looking for.

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