How to create a culture of safety in the OR — What the path to zero harm looks like in practice
Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CT
For patient safety experts and dedicated clinicians, achieving zero harm has been a top priority for years. And bit by bit, this one-time stretch goal is becoming more achievable. For this live discussion, join healthcare organization operating room leaders and a culture expert from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement for a discussion about the leadership values and change management tools necessary to transform ORs into high-reliability systems that actively pursue the goal of zero harm. Learning points: Introduction to high reliability organizations Leadership practices to create a culture of safety Common OR risks and hazards Discussion from industry experts about culture, change management and learning imperatives to systematically reduce the likelihood of harm in the OR.
- Introduction to High Reliability Organizations
- Leadership domains to create a culture of safety
- Common Operating Rooms risks and hazards
- Discussion from industry experts about culture, change management, and learning imperatives to systematically reduce the likelihood of harm in the Operating Room