CLTR-599 Safety, Sci, Risk & Mitigation
Fall for 2017-2018
Gunderson, Anne
Leading national patient safety experts and patient advocates will introduce learners to relevant theory, content, tools and methods in the field of patient safety. Learners will be introduced to patient safety problems and high risk contexts for error occurrence and will become fluent with shared decision making and the role of patient advocates. Effective methods for error disclosure will be introduced. Learners will develop proficiency with patient safety risk assessment and improvement methods, principles of safe system design, apology, and related patient safety priorities. The course readings, presentations, hand-on exercises and discussions are designed to develop learners to a level of mastery in the field of patient safety.

This is an online class.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: None

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CLTR-599-101 Safety, Sci, Risk & Mitigation
Fall for 2017-2018
Gunderson, Anne
Leading national patient safety experts and patient advocates will introduce learners to relevant theory, content, tools and methods in the field of patient safety. Learners will be introduced to patient safety problems and high risk contexts for error occurrence and will become fluent with shared decision making and the role of patient advocates. Effective methods for error disclosure will be introduced. Learners will develop proficiency with patient safety risk assessment and improvement methods, principles of safe system design, apology, and related patient safety priorities. The course readings, presentations, hand-on exercises and discussions are designed to develop learners to a level of mastery in the field of patient safety.

This is an online class.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: None
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