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  • Human factors and surgical outcomes: A Cartesian dream
    Membership Programs Fellowship Programs Strategic Partnerships Customized Services Blogs and User Groups Home Resources Publications Human factors and surgical outcomes A Cartesian dream Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide Human factors and surgical outcomes A Cartesian dream Page Content de Leval MR Human factors and surgical outcomes A Cartesian dream Lancet 1997 349 9053 723 725 This article dicusses human factors that directly lead to various surgical outcomes View extract or purchase article Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments Show More Comments Loading You are about to report a violation of our Terms of Use All reports are strictly confidential Reason Select One Contains profanity or violence Spam Defamatory Illegal Unlawful Copyright Violation Other Please select a reason for this report Add a Note Your comments were submitted successfully There was an error reporting your complaint More on This Topic Loading Pages first last WIHI New Tools and Thinking for Shared Decision Making January 28 2016 If you work in primary care today odds are good that you re seeing patients with multiple chronic conditions Even if a provider and patient work together to choose the right medications and agree on making some lifestyle changes that will improve health the best laid plans often fall apart WIHI Harnessing Improvement to Reduce Diagnostic Errors and Delays December 1 2015 One in twenty adults suffers a diagnostic error every year How do we take such a formidable analysis and wake up call about patient safety and turn it into opportunity IHI Skilled Nursing Facility Trigger Tool for Measuring Adverse Events The IHI

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  • Human factors and cardiac surgery: A multicenter study
    Cost and Value Triple Aim for Populations Education Education Overview Conferences In Person Training Virtual Training Audio and Video Programs Passport to IHI Training IHI Open School Resources Resources Overview How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites Regions Regions Overview Africa Asia Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North America Engage with IHI Engage with IHI Overview Collaboratives Initiatives Membership Programs Fellowship Programs Strategic Partnerships Customized Services Blogs and User Groups Home Resources Publications Human factors and cardiac surgery A multicenter study Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide Human factors and cardiac surgery A multicenter study Page Content de Leval MR Carthey J Wright DJ Farewell VT Reason JT Human factors and cardiac surgery A multicenter study Journal of Thoracic Cardiovascular Surgery 2000 119 4 Pt 1 661 672 This article describes a study which tested the role of human factors on surgical outcomes with a series of 243 arterial switch operations performed by 21 surgeons taken as a sample The study concluded that human

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  • Collaboration, communication, management, and advocacy: Teaching surgeons new skills through the CanMEDS Project
    Engage with IHI My IHI Home About Us Vision Mission Values History Science of Improvement Innovation People How to Get Involved Finances In the News Supporters Careers Contact FAQs Topics All Topics A Z Improvement Capability Person Family Centered Care Patient Safety Quality Cost and Value Triple Aim for Populations Education Education Overview Conferences In Person Training Virtual Training Audio and Video Programs Passport to IHI Training IHI Open School Resources Resources Overview How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites Regions Regions Overview Africa Asia Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North America Engage with IHI Engage with IHI Overview Collaboratives Initiatives Membership Programs Fellowship Programs Strategic Partnerships Customized Services Blogs and User Groups Home Resources Publications Collaboration communication management and advocacy Teaching surgeons new skills through the CanMEDS Project Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide Collaboration communication management and advocacy Teaching surgeons new skills through the CanMEDS Project Page Content Frank JR Langer B Collaboration communication management and advocacy Teaching surgeons new skills through the CanMEDS Project World Journal of Surgery Aug 2003 27 8 972 978 This articles describes the approach employed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada RCPSC called the Canadian Medical Education Directions for Specialists CanMEDS Project Through this endeavor the RCPSC has adopted a framework of core competencies organized around seven physician roles Medical Expert Communicator Collaborator Manager Health Advocate Scholar and Professional View article abstract Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments Show More Comments Loading You

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  • Culture at Work in Aviation and Medicine: National, Organizational and Professional Influences
    at Work in Aviation and Medicine National Organizational and Professional Influences Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide Culture at Work in Aviation and Medicine National Organizational and Professional Influences Page Content Helmreich RL Merritt AC Aldershot Great Britain Ashgate Publishing 2001 This book studies the influence of culture in the aviation and medical professions The effects of professional national and organizational cultures are discussed as they influence individual attitudes values and team interaction The implications for error management cultural conflict and cultural psychology are also discussed Order this book Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments Show More Comments Loading You are about to report a violation of our Terms of Use All reports are strictly confidential Reason Select One Contains profanity or violence Spam Defamatory Illegal Unlawful Copyright Violation Other Please select a reason for this report Add a Note Your comments were submitted successfully There was an error reporting your complaint More on This Topic Loading Pages first last WIHI New Tools and Thinking for Shared Decision Making January 28 2016 If you work in primary care today odds are good that you re seeing patients with multiple chronic conditions Even if a provider and patient work together to choose the right medications and agree on making some lifestyle changes that will improve health the best laid plans often fall apart WIHI Harnessing Improvement to Reduce Diagnostic Errors and Delays December 1 2015 One in twenty adults suffers a diagnostic error every year How do we take such a formidable analysis and wake up call about patient safety and

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  • On error management: Lessons from aviation
    Groups Home Resources Publications On error management Lessons from aviation Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide On error management Lessons from aviation Page Content Helmreich RL On error management Lessons from aviation British Medical Journal 2000 320 7237 781 785 This article states that the medical field can learn much from the aviation industry in preventing errors Both areas suffer from human errors which lead to dangerous results however both professions can dramatically reduce these errors with improved communication and teamwork View article extract Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments Show More Comments Loading You are about to report a violation of our Terms of Use All reports are strictly confidential Reason Select One Contains profanity or violence Spam Defamatory Illegal Unlawful Copyright Violation Other Please select a reason for this report Add a Note Your comments were submitted successfully There was an error reporting your complaint More on This Topic Loading Pages first last WIHI New Tools and Thinking for Shared Decision Making January 28 2016 If you work in primary care today odds are good that you re seeing patients with multiple chronic conditions Even if a provider and patient work together to choose the right medications and agree on making some lifestyle changes that will improve health the best laid plans often fall apart WIHI Harnessing Improvement to Reduce Diagnostic Errors and Delays December 1 2015 One in twenty adults suffers a diagnostic error every year How do we take such a formidable analysis and wake up call about patient safety and turn it into opportunity IHI

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  • The new paradigm of crew resource management: Just what is needed to re-engage the stalled collaborative movement?
    to re engage the stalled collaborative movement Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide The new paradigm of crew resource management Just what is needed to re engage the stalled collaborative movement Page Content Kosnik LK The new paradigm of crew resource management Just what is needed to re engage the stalled collaborative movement Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement 2002 28 5 235 241 This article recommends incorporating crew resource management CRM into Collaborative techniques for improving health care CRM is a communication methodology developed by the aviation industry based on team centered decision making systems View article abstract Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments Show More Comments Loading You are about to report a violation of our Terms of Use All reports are strictly confidential Reason Select One Contains profanity or violence Spam Defamatory Illegal Unlawful Copyright Violation Other Please select a reason for this report Add a Note Your comments were submitted successfully There was an error reporting your complaint More on This Topic Loading Pages first last WIHI New Tools and Thinking for Shared Decision Making January 28 2016 If you work in primary care today odds are good that you re seeing patients with multiple chronic conditions Even if a provider and patient work together to choose the right medications and agree on making some lifestyle changes that will improve health the best laid plans often fall apart WIHI Harnessing Improvement to Reduce Diagnostic Errors and Delays December 1 2015 One in twenty adults suffers a diagnostic error every year How do we take such a

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  • A teamwork model to promote patient safety in critical care
    promote patient safety in critical care Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide A teamwork model to promote patient safety in critical care Page Content Sherwood G Thomas E Bennett DS Lewis P A teamwork model to promote patient safety in critical care Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America 2002 14 4 333 340 This article argues that to create a safe health care system providers must understand teamwork as a complementary relationship of interdependence In order to accomplish this the authors stress using an aviation crew resource management approach View article abstract Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments Show More Comments Loading You are about to report a violation of our Terms of Use All reports are strictly confidential Reason Select One Contains profanity or violence Spam Defamatory Illegal Unlawful Copyright Violation Other Please select a reason for this report Add a Note Your comments were submitted successfully There was an error reporting your complaint More on This Topic Loading Pages first last WIHI New Tools and Thinking for Shared Decision Making January 28 2016 If you work in primary care today odds are good that you re seeing patients with multiple chronic conditions Even if a provider and patient work together to choose the right medications and agree on making some lifestyle changes that will improve health the best laid plans often fall apart WIHI Harnessing Improvement to Reduce Diagnostic Errors and Delays December 1 2015 One in twenty adults suffers a diagnostic error every year How do we take such a formidable analysis and wake up call

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  • Best practices for managing surgical services: The role of coordination
    Quality Cost and Value Triple Aim for Populations Education Education Overview Conferences In Person Training Virtual Training Audio and Video Programs Passport to IHI Training IHI Open School Resources Resources Overview How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites Regions Regions Overview Africa Asia Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North America Engage with IHI Engage with IHI Overview Collaboratives Initiatives Membership Programs Fellowship Programs Strategic Partnerships Customized Services Blogs and User Groups Home Resources Publications Best practices for managing surgical services The role of coordination Publications Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide Best practices for managing surgical services The role of coordination Page Content Young GJ Charns MP Daley J Forbes MG Henderson W Khuri SF Best practices for managing surgical services The role of coordination Health Care Management Review 1997 22 4 72 81 This article describes a National Veterans Affairs Surgical Risk Study in which the authors studied the coordination practices of 20 surgical services that based on risk adjusted mortality and morbidity rates

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