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75552 - Avant Webinar: Creating a just culture - Supporting the disclosure of human errors and near misses. Lessons learned from the aviation industry

  • : Online

 

This webinar will explore how a ‘just culture’ can improve patient safety and care while maintaining an environment where lessons can be learnt from the open discussion of adverse events.

Relevance to General Practice

Of all the factors influencing individual behaviour, one of the most powerful is the organisational safety culture. For a safety culture to develop, an atmosphere of trust, often known as a ‘just culture’, needs to exist. A just culture acknowledges that well-intentioned people still make mistakes and they should not be punished for lapses and other common everyday unintended errors. This culture supports learning from unsafe acts in order to improve the level of safety awareness and helps to develop the sharing of safety information, while maintaining professional accountability.

Learning outcomes
  • 1. Provide an overview of what is meant by a Just Culture
  • 2. Outline some of the main issues surrounding Just Culture in the aviation industry and how these lessons learned are reflected in the medical industry.
  • 3. Describe strategies to support the implementation of a Just Culture to improve patient safety within your healthcare organisation or workplace.
  • Type
    Delivery
    Title
    75552 - Avant Webinar: Creating a just culture - Supporting the disclosure of human errors and near misses. Lessons learned from the aviation industry
    Location
    Duration
    1 hour
    Start Date
    01-Jan-2017
    End Date
    31-Dec-2019
    CPD Points
    1 hour
    Price
    Free
    Location
    Online
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