Presentation on theme: "Global Patient Safety Alerts Sharing for Learning."— Presentation transcript:
Global Patient Safety Alerts Sharing for Learning
Background Reporting and Learning Consultation – Pan-Canadian – International World Health Organization – Reporting and Learning Systems work stream Ask, Listen, Talk
Process Environmental Scan – What countries/jurisdictions? – What organizations? – Which patient safety incidents? Retrieval and summation of each alert/advisory/recommendation found – 13 possible attributes assigned (title, summary, keywords, topic, etc) – Associated actions to reduce risk 5 categories – communication, scheduling and fatigue, training, environment and equipment, and rules/policies/procedures.
The International Classification for Patient Safety A language developed by the World Health Organization for the global patient safety community Joins the WHO Family of International Classifications Harmonize language about patient safety Preferred terms, definitions, key concepts 4
Preferred Terms Harmful Incident An incident that resulted in harm to the patient Replaces “adverse event” Patient Safety Incident Preventable and unnecessary harmful, no harm, and near-miss incidents 5
Preferred Terms No Harm Incident An incident that did reach the patient but did not result in harm Near-Miss An incident that did not reach the patient Replaces “close call” 6
What we’ve heard since the launch Email Quotes: – Thank you very much for this innovative platform of learning. Patient Safety Alerts is a wonderful opportunity to learn from others and share our experiences. – Yemen – Thank you such a great website - thanks for the remarkable idea and the successful outcome. Your work will benefit many around the world. Wishing you continued success! – Canada – CPSI has done a fantastic job of scoping this important project and taking up a core challenge that WHO posed to the world when it first pushed the issue of patient safety for all WHO member states back in 2001. We believe that this portal offers incredible potential for improving access to and knowledge of patient safety alerts and alert networks out there and we will work with CPSI to link Global Patient Safety Alerts to WHO's Patient Safety Global Reporting and Learning Community of Practice. Moreover, the virtual launch has been a fantastic experience. Ed Kelley Head, Strategic Programmes and Coordinator WHO Patient Safety
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Improving Care Alliance Group of organizations that generate and share their patient safety and quality improvement related content on the Improving Care Search Centre Contributors to the Improving Care Search Centre
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What is in it for you? What are the burning issues in patient safety? See what other organizations are doing and how they are doing it and why they are successful. What innovations in patient safety can be adapted locally? Quick reference to dealing with patient safety incidents – Alerts & Research Seek out professional development opportunities in patient safety including webinars, virtual programs and conferences.