Mitigating the Risk at the Intersection of Patient Care and Clinical Research: Leveraging Patient Safety Science
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
1:00 -2:00 pm EST
How often have you wished for a crystal ball to help predict a serious adverse event (SAE), protocol deviation, or clinical care error associated with clinical research? If only we had the ability to identify risks BEFORE they occur so we can build risk mitigation strategies into research and care processes! Prospectively assessing processes for risk is a hallmark of high reliability organizations (HRO) such as nuclear power and aeronautics. The safety of these HROs is linked directly to five principles: pre-occupation with failure; deference to expertise; sensitivity to operations; reluctance to simplify; and resilience. This webinar will discuss how to identify and manage risks before protocol implementation and highlight one research site’s multi-disciplinary process to evaluate high risk studies.
Laura M. Lee, MS, RN
Director, Office of Patient Safety and Clinical Quality
Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health
This webinar is hosted by Complion. Complion will provide all registered attendees with a certificate of attendance for self-reporting continuing education credits, within 72 hours of the live presentation.
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For Nurse Attendees:
IACRN will be providing their members FREE contact hours.
Non-IACRN members can purchase contact hours for $10. After the webinar, nurses will receive an email from IACRN outlining instructions to complete the evaluation and receive the contact hours. To receive full contact-hour credit (one contact hour) for this CNE activity, you must: be registered, attend at least 80% of the webinar, and complete an on-line evaluation.
This activity has been submitted to the Ohio Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. The Ohio Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s commission on Accreditation. (OBN-008-91).