PSYCHIATRIC NURSES ASSOCIATION of Ireland

PSYCHIATRIC NURSES ASSOCIATION of Ireland
Tel: 045 852300 Email: info@pna.ie

Understanding the Factors Influencing Safety and Quality in Healthcare

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Facilitator

Ms Kathleen Kinsella MBA, RGN, BSc

Ms Kathleen Kinsella has over 30 years' experience in both private and public sectors of Healthcare in Ireland as a nurse, healthcare industry representative, academic and entrepreneur.

Programme summary

This short programme provides registered nurses/midwives with evidenced based knowledge to develop their theoretical and practical understanding of how Human Factors influence patient safety. Human Factors are concerned with the relationship between human beings and the systems within which they work. The content will focus on the evolution of the safety culture and examine how factors such as leadership, decision making, teamwork, interprofessional working and communication influence a culture of safety within the healthcare environment.

Programme duration

6 hours

Entry requirements

Registered psychiatric nurses and nurses working in the mental health arena

Accreditation

Understanding the Factors Influencing Safety and Quality in Healthcare - NMBI CEUs: 6

Assessment

No

Fee

PNA Member: €70.00

Programme aims

 

1. To provide registered nurses with up-to-date, evidenced based knowledge to develop nurses' theoretical and practical understanding of the relationship between human factors and patient safety in healthcare.

2. To support registered nurses in enhancing their confidence, skills and competences, with regard to the creation and the enhancement of a safe environment in today's complex healthcare environment.

Learning outcomes

 

At the end of this CPD programme, participants will be able to:

1. To develop a critical understanding of the history of safety in healthcare and the characteristics of a safe environment and the risks associated with healthcare

2. Critically discuss the factors influencing a safe healthcare environment

3. Develop a critical understanding of the role of leadership, decision making and teamwork in enhancing patient safety

4. Critically discuss how interprofessional working and collaboration enhances patient safety

5. To develop a critical understanding of the role of effective communication in patient/client/family interactions

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Event Properties

Event Date 05-12-2019 9:30 am
Event End Date 05-12-2019 4:30 pm
Cut off date 02-12-2019
Individual Price Member Price €70
Location
RCSI College
123 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
RCSI College
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