Human Factors, Psychological Safety, and Strategies for Error-Proofing A Medical Practice is organized by eMedEvents Corporation.
Release Date: 5-23-2022
Expiration Date: 5-23-2023
Estimated time to complete this activity is 1 hour.
Medical error prevention has become an integral and crucial aspect for healthcare professionals in all areas and specialties in medical practice. This activity defines and discusses the role of human factors and processes contributing to medical errors while highlighting the importance of psychological safety integration and developing practice strategies based upon a team approach in preventing medical errors.
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
1. Discuss how human factors and processes can contribute to medical errors in clinical practice.
2. Describe and explain how integrating psychological safety into your clinical team can create a safe, reliable and accountable environment.
3. Describe and explain how to practice strategy using a team approach can prevent medical errors from occurring in clinical practice.
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