Assuring Safety for Clinical Techniques and Procedures. MODULE 5 Facilitative Supervision for Quality Improvement Curriculum 2008. Assuring Safety. Skilled providers Updated, evidence-based standards and guidelines Infection prevention control
Facilitative Supervision for Quality Improvement Curriculum
Groups 1 & 3:What do you usually do to assess readiness? What tools do you use?
Groups 2 & 4:What do you usually do to assess processes and procedures? What tools do you use?
supervisors and staff
Department or ward level
Peers (supervisors)Supervisory System
Used by on-site and off-site supervisors and staff
Small Group Work (10 minutes): Discuss the assigned question with your group, record the results on a sheet of flipchart paper, and present the results to the entire group
Group 1: What should an off-site supervisor do before the supervisory visit?
Group 2: What should an off-site supervisor do during the supervisory visit?
Group 3: What should an off-site supervisor do after the supervisory visit?
Group A: CounselingGroup B: Infection preventionGroup C: Facility audit
Action plan development
COPE® Action Plan
Site Training Plan
Medical Monitoring Plan
Community Action Plan
Cost Analysis Plan
The QMT Plan
Off-Site Supervisor’s Pre-Visit Plan