Environmental Scan of Patient Safety Education and Training Programs

Appendix D. Sample Query Results

Safety Rounds in Ambulatory and Inpatient Settings

Background

Sponsor Type: Private

Origin/Sponsor: Other; American Academy of Pediatrics

Reach: International

Pre-Training

Prerequisites Information not available

Content

Evidence-Based: Yes

Content Areas: Communication improvement; read-back protocols; human factors engineering; quality improvement strategies; specific patient care issue; communication between providers

Clinical Area: Medicine; primary care; pediatrics; general pediatrics; critical care; hospital medicine

Program Description/Program Objectives: After this Webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the process and explain the rationale for senior leader-driven safety rounds in ambulatory and inpatient settings.
  2. List the types of safety issues identified on safety rounds, and distinguish similarities and differences between safety issues in ambulatory and inpatient settings.
  3. Select and apply at least one strategy to ensure issues identified on safety rounds are efficiently and effectively discussed with all appropriate individuals and that improvements are implemented.

Organizational Needs Assessment: No

Cultural Readiness Assessment: No

In-Service Delivery Option: No

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered by: Multiple people of differing backgrounds

Program Focus: Both participants and master trainers

Mode of Delivery: Web-based training

Instructional Strategy: Information

Instructional Model: External training

Target Audience: Health care providers, physicians, allied health professionals, nurses, health care executives and administrators, risk managers, health care students, quality and safety professionals

Setting of Care: Hospitals, general hospitals, children’s hospitals

Implementation

Length of Program: Hours: ___ Days: ___ Weeks: ___ Months: ___.  Information not available

Credit Hours: No

Certification: No

Per-Person cost: Information not available

Post-training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation: Information not available

The Human Factor: The Impact of Work Hours, Sleep Deprivation, and Burnout on Patient Safety

Background

Sponsor Type: Private

Origin/Sponsor: Other; American Academy of Pediatrics

Reach: International

Pre-Training

Pre-requisites: Information not available

Content

Evidence-Based: Yes

Content Areas: Driving change; fatigue and sleep deprivation; logistical approaches, duty hour limitation; scheduling changes; specific patient care issue

Clinical Area: Medicine, hospital medicine, pediatrics

Program Description: By the end of this Webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the current state of the science on the effects of sleep deprivation and long work hours on physician alertness and performance, patient safety, and physician safety.
  2. Discuss the prevalence of physician burnout and depression and their effects on patient safety.
  3. Identify efforts to improve physician working conditions and mental health as a means of improving safety.

Organizational Needs Assessment: No

Cultural Readiness Assessment: No

In-Service Delivery Option: No

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered by: Multiple people of differing backgrounds

Program Focus: Both participants and master trainers

Mode of Delivery: Web-based training

Instructional Strategy: Information

Instructional Model: External training

Target Audience: Health care providers, allied health professionals, physicians, nurses, health care executives and administrators, risk managers, health care students, quality and safety professionals

Setting of Care: Hospitals, general hospitals, children’s hospitals

Implementation

Length of Program: Hours: ___ Days: ___ Weeks: ___ Months: ___. Information not available

Credit Hours: No

Certification: No

Per-Person cost: Information not available

Post-training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation: Information not available

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Page last reviewed June 2013
Internet Citation: Environmental Scan of Patient Safety Education and Training Programs: Appendix D. Sample Query Results. June 2013. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/environmental-scan-programs/envscan-program-apd.html