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Being Open Theory

Being Open Theory

Being Open Theory

Jane Carthey and Christine Johnson
Jane Carthey and Christine Johnson
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 17 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 01 May 2018

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Description

This session describes how to communicate effectively and empathetically with patients and carers who have been involved in a serious adverse event. This session was reviewed by Khyati Bakhai and last updated in December 2014.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify what is meant by 'Being open'
• Analyse the summary of the national and international evidence base supporting 'Being open'
• Identify the key elements for effective 'Being open' discussions
Jane Carthey and Christine Johnson

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Jane Carthey and Christine Johnson
on behalf of Health Education England

Jane Carthey -
Dr Jane Carthey is a Patient Safety and Human Factors Specialist who has worked in the NHS for 13 years, both at a local Trust level and for a national agency. Dr Carthey has applied human factors methodologies to understand the causes of incidents in healthcare in acute and primary care settings. Her expertise includes incident reporting, organisational and team safety culture, observational data collection, incident investigation, prospective risk assessment and improving communication between patients and healthcare staff when things go wrong.

Christine Johnson -
Christine has worked as a GP in Nottingham since 1988.

Through her undergraduate work at the University of Nottingham as Community Sub Dean and postgraduate work as part of Health Education East Midlands, she has been involved in the delivery of education to both medical and multi-professional audiences with a particular emphasis on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety.

She represents Vale of Trent on the RCGP Council.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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