3 Education does not equal learning Core BeliefsWe believe that everyone participating in experiential learning activities is intelligent, well-trained, cares about doing their best and wants to improve. Adapted from the Center for Medical Simulation, Cambridge, MAThe goal is to improve outcomes through experiential learningEducation does notequal learning
5 Learning Outcomes Model Improved Patient Outcomes The IndividualExperiencesWell-Tuned Learning OrientationMental ModelsAnalogical ReasoningChallengingEmotionally ChargedMistakes or ErrorsImproved Patient OutcomesSkilled MentorsEvidence Based MedicineProducts and ProtocolsEnvironment
11 Results of the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire Team TrainingN (%)No Team TrainingP valueIn this unit, we discuss ways to prevent errors from happening again16682%12763.5%0.001Mistakes have led to positive changes here14672%11959.5%0.007Staff are not afraid to ask questions when something does not seem right.15375.7%11557.5%Staff feel free to question the decision of actions of those with more authority.12260.4%8140.5%Staff will freely speak up if they see something that may negatively affect patient care.16782.7%13869%We are actively doing things to improve patient safety18591%83%0.01We are given feedback about changes put into place based on event reports.12461%9949%0.017We are informed about errors that happen in this unit.13767.8%10251%When one area in this unit gets really busy, others help15978.7%13165.5%0.003
12 Steps to Success Identify Problem Create Buy-In/Assess Readiness Value/Impact?Individual/Experience/EnvironmentCreate Buy-In/Assess ReadinessManagementAssociatesIdentify the Change TeamDefine Implementation PlanPlan for SchedulingSustainment…
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