Patient Safety: A Promise to Safe Care

A mature health system takes into account the increasing complexity in health care settings that make humans more prone to mistakes. Hence, Patient safety is paramount and fundamental to delivering quality essential services.  any Healthcare Delivery System. Patient Safety It aims to prevent and reduce risks, errors, and harm that occur to patients during the provision of health care. A cornerstone of the discipline is a continuous improvement based on learning from errors and adverse events. Indeed, there is a clear consensus that quality health services across the world should be effective, safe, and people-centered. 

WHO’s work on patient safety began with the launch of the World Alliance for Patient Safety in 2004 and this work has continued to evolve over time. WHO has facilitated improvements in the safety of health care within the Member States through the establishment of Global Patient Safety Challenges. Each of the Challenges has identified a patient safety burden that poses a major and significant risk. The challenges thus far have been:

  • Clean Care is Safer Care (2005); with the goal of reducing healthcare-associated infection, by focusing on improved Medication Without Harm (2017); with hand hygiene.
  • Safe Surgery Saves Lives (2008); dedicated to reducing risks associated with surgery.
  • the aim of reducing the level of severe, avoidable harm related to medications globally by 50% over five years.

(Courtesy: WHO)

Undoubtedly, Nurses play a pivotal, critical, and unique role in preventing, identifying, reporting, and managing these errors/harms in healthcare settings. Hence, it is a SMART and Mandatory strategy to invest in equipping them with this knowledge to have a fool-proof care system.  Through the blended learning format of Patient Safety, participants will gain the tools, skills, and confidence to play a key role as leaders in their healthcare settings to build a safe environment for patients to have good clinical outcomes. So, support your Nurses to give patients safe, high-quality, compassionate care that is financially sustainable by enrolling in this training program.

This Program is For

  • Nurses (All Categories)
  • Nurse Educators/Clinical Instructors
  • Health Care Assistants
  • Care Support Workers

Duration of the Program

  • One Day / 8 hours

Method of Delivery

  • On-site / Virtual

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