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Engaging Early Learners in Patient Safety Event Analysis

MC10 - Engaging Early Learners in Patient Safety Event Analysis – A Primer

Date: Monday 7 September
Time:  1645-1745
Stream: 3
Theme: Patient Safety

Presenters: 

  • Robin Newton, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, USA

  • Trudie Roberts, Leeds Institute of Medical Education, UK

  • Kevin Weiss, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, USA

  • Douglas Paull, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, USA


Summary:
This Masterclass has been designed to help medical educators include medical students, residents, and fellows in real, interprofessional PSE analyses.  The Masterclass will start with a brief review including the rationale for including early learners in a PSE analysis; the role of the Clinical Learning Environment (CLE); the elements of an effective PSE analysis; and assessing learning outcomes from PSE analyses.

Participants will then enter one of three breakout rooms to discuss their experience or vision for medical student, resident, and fellow participation in patient safety event analysis.  Upon returning to the main conference room, a representative will briefly report out themes from their respective breakout room, followed by questions and discussions among all attendees.

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