With more than 300 million patients consulting with primary care teams annually it’s unfortunately inevitable that a proportion will suffer some form of unintentional harm, mostly of low to moderate severity. Research has suggested that around 1-2% of consultations in primary care are associated with an adverse event. The cost of harm – to patients, to those working in healthcare, and to productivity – is significant.
Creating a positive safety culture can be achieved by avoiding complacency and encouraging vigilance towards patient safety. Such a culture means that people feel comfortable discussing errors, and leaders and frontline staff take shared responsibility for delivering safer care. This in-house workshop explores important issues and skills in relation to learning from patient safety incidents and will provide guidance on how to hold a significant event meeting.
The whole practice team – General Practitioners, Nurse Prescribers, Practice Nurses and Administration Staff.
Three-hour workshop delivered at your premises comprising of short lectures, reflective exercises, small group facilitated discussions, group activities and rehearsal of skills.
Please contact Education Services to discuss costs.
The benefits of attending this workshop include:
- Enhance your understanding of patient safety and associated terminology.
- Help you to appreciate some of the regulatory and professional obligations relating to reporting and learning.
- Develop skills in undertaking a systems based approach to significant event analysis.
- Enable you to critically review a significant event report.
If you are interested in commissioning this workshop for your organisation, please contact MPS Educational Services for more information and costs.
Telephone: +44 (0)113 241 0624