[MY SG] Reliabilty Science [060520]

“Patient safety is increased when we reduce unwanted variability in care. We always wash our hands, never forget to check for allergies and observe all the steps in the checklists. Every test is followed up and none fall through the…

[MY SG] Reliabilty Science [060520]

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“Patient safety is increased when we reduce unwanted variability in care. We always wash our hands, never forget to check for allergies and observe all the steps in the checklists. Every test is followed up and none fall through the gaps. Never ever events just don’t happen. Yet we are only human. Most of the time we are careful and diligent but, even when the stakes are higher than usual in the middle of a pandemic, sometimes care and diligence isn’t enough.

This webinar will look at and learn from the science of reliability. Medical Protection Medicolegal Consultant, Dr Sara Sreih and Dr Justin Cheng, Risk Prevention Education Faculty, will discuss approaches that can be used to address the human factors in every day practice, enabling you to climb to the highest levels of reliability needed for greater safety, especially at times like these.

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