Clinical Incident Management

The ACHS Improvement Academy is providing an interactive training session on Clinical Incident Management to support organisations with respect to  Standard 1, NSQHS second edition. Under this standard, it is the responsibility of the Board and Chief Executive Officer to ensure clinical governance systems are in place including clinical incident management. Whether it is a root cause analysis, incident and near miss investigation, cluster reviews or complaints management, all Clinical Governance Units need to have fit-for-purpose systems in place to meet the requirements of this standard.

This session will reference the National Clinical Governance Framework which underpins Standard 1. Further, it will  build your understanding of approaches to investigation methods, data analysis and quality improvement.

This training is relevant for: quality managers, patient safety managers, front line clinicians, departmental or unit team managers, senior managers and executives - all of whom have responsibilities for implementing systems to meet the requirements of clinical incident management.  

This training will offer opportunities for interaction via Zoom for the participants. For this to be effective there can only be one participant registered per device. 

“The Clinical Incident Management systems that you have in place are important for continuous improvement in the safety and quality of patient care.” Adj Assoc Professor Bernie Harrison

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WHEN: 

  

Wednesday, 28 January 2021 at 12:00 pm - 2 pm (AEDT)

COST:

  
  • $99 inclusive 10% GST (Single Registration)

  • Organisations who register three or more participants, will be eligible for a 15% discount on each registration ($84.15)

DURATION:

  

 2 Hours

HOST:

  

Adj Assoc Professor Bernie Harrison, Director of the ACHS Improvement Academy

WHO: 

 

Clinical governance directors, quality managers, patient safety managers, senior clinicians and executives. 


Key Objectives:  

  • Understand the context and role of clinical incident management (CIM) in terms of the NSQHS second edition
  • Understand how CIM drives quality improvement and patient safety
  • Gain awareness of different clinical incident review methods
  • Gain confidence in incident measurement and how to interpret and act on results. 

 

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Last Review Date 23 December 2020

Overall the service provided is of a high standard and staff and surveyors are all very helpful and friendly.

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