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W21C Patient Safety Podcast


This podcast is about patient safety and quality improvement in healthcare, and is produced with the support of W21C - a research and innovation centre in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, Canada. Please visit www.patientsafetypodcast.ca and www.w21c.org to reach us. Email w21cedu@ucalgary.ca

Jul 19, 2013

In this episode Dr Irene Ma discusses how education plays a critical role in promoting patient safety during invasive bedside procedures, which are commonly performed but can have a high rate of complication.
 
After listening to this podcast listeners will be able to:
  • Describe why invasive bedside procedures are necessary despite their relatively high risk of complications
  • Compare the logbook method of teaching procedural skills with a competency based education model
  • Define a never event and list some simple measures that can help promote patient safety by decreasing the complication rates and preventing never events
  • Describe how technological advances such as the use of simulation in education can enhance procedural safety

For more information visit our website at www.patientsafetypodcast.com

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