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Reliable Design I & II series

June 23 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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Reliable Design I

This session introduces the key concepts and principles behind reliable design and considers their relevance in and application to primary care, using examples taken from clinical practice.

 Reliable Design II

This module will enable you to improve the safety and effectiveness of your primary care processes to 95% by using the SAFE approach. This involves the identifying any errors (actual or potential), determining the nature of any contributing failures, prioritising starting points, and determining actions that could be taken to reduce the likelihood of errors occurring or causing harm.

It would be expected for participants have attended Reliable Design I session and have a grasp of the basic theory from this Module.

This training and development offers support to those in practices and in Primary Care Networks to develop skills and confidence with using quality improvement tools and techniques. Having a box of tools to draw on and a knowledge of when and how to use them will help with tackling a range of challenges now and in future.

All training is delivered by experienced faculty members of the Time for Care team, which comprises practice-based clinicians and non-clinicians and improvement experts who have worked extensively with general practice and wider primary care.

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To find out more information about the programmes, click the link below:
Quality Improvement Training Courses Information folder

Details

Date:
June 23
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Venue

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This event is for information purposes only.