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Patient Safety

An Essential Guide

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 184
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Paperback - 9780230354968

18 December 2013

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04 December 2013

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How can we make health care processes safer and more consistent? How do we improve care outcomes for patients? With a range of coaching tips, activities, scenarios and reflective exercises, this book enables you to translate...

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How can we make health care processes safer and more consistent? How do we improve care outcomes for patients? With a range of coaching tips, activities, scenarios and reflective exercises, this book enables you to translate current research on patient safety in to everyday good practice, by increasing understanding of the key concepts and helping you to develop strategies to minimise the risk of patient harm. It focusses on Human Factors to support understanding of the relationship between human behaviour and fallibility, and the design of systems and processes, environments, tools, tasks and technology to improve patient safety. It also reflects the WHO Patient Safety Curriculum. Patient Safety is an essential text for all healthcare professionals.

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Growing area: Patient safety is a hot topic within health care, as policy makers and educators look to improve patient care outcomes globally
International appeal: reflecting the WHO Patient Safety Curriculum and with research, statistics and examples from across the globe, the book is sure to appeal to a number of international territories
Excellent student support: Reflective exercises, engaging activities and realistic scenarios ensures translation of tricky concepts and research outcomes into daytoday practice

1. What do We Mean Patient Safety?
2. Engaging Patients in the Safety Agenda
3. Healthcare Acquired Infections
4. Medication Errors
5. Teamwork and Patient Safety
6. Managing Risk Learning From Errors
7. Situation Awareness
8. Where to from here?.

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Heather Gluyas is Lecturer in the School of Health Professions at Murdoch University, Australia, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at University of Notre Dame, Australia. She completed her doctoral studies in Patient Safety in 2008. Dr Gluyas lectures in the areas of Quality and Safety, Human Factors and Clinical and Corporate Governance, as well as providing consultancy nationally and internationally in the areas of Patient Safety, Human Factors, and Quality and Risk Management.

Paul Morrison is Dean of the School of Health Professions at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. He has a long-standing interest in the education of health professionals and has worked...

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Heather Gluyas is Lecturer in the School of Health Professions at Murdoch University, Australia, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at University of Notre Dame, Australia. She completed her doctoral studies in Patient Safety in 2008. Dr Gluyas lectures in the areas of Quality and Safety, Human Factors and Clinical and Corporate Governance, as well as providing consultancy nationally and internationally in the areas of Patient Safety, Human Factors, and Quality and Risk Management.

Paul Morrison is Dean of the School of Health Professions at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. He has a long-standing interest in the education of health professionals and has worked in health care and university settings in Ireland, the UK and Australia. He is a registered nurse and a registered psychologist with an established track record of applied research and is widely published.

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