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CO- ENA Safe Work Environment updates October 10, 2013. Heather Finch RN, BSN, CEN Billie Ratliff, LCSW Shawna Zautcke, RN, CEN. Intro. Who we are. Objectives Highlights from the ENA Safe Work Env. Intensive held- June 2013 How we relate or incorporate info

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Co ena safe work environment updates october 10 2013

CO- ENA Safe Work Environment updatesOctober 10, 2013

Heather Finch RN, BSN, CEN

Billie Ratliff, LCSW

Shawna Zautcke, RN, CEN


Intro

Intro

  • Who we are

  • Objectives

    • Highlights from the ENA Safe Work Env. Intensive held- June 2013

    • How we relate or incorporate info

    • Workplace Violenceand the work done at Memorial-UCH (ED WPV-Task Force)

    • Identify current legislative status/future initiatives (Sharon Sperry)


Thank you

THANK YOU!

ENA Connections, August, 2013


Highlights

Highlights


Presented topics

(Mona Kelley, MSN, RN)

Presented Topics

How to manage difficult patients

  • T.A.C.T. Therapeutic Alternatives in Crisis Training

    • Helpful to decrease restraint use in ED

    • Stresses descalation and behavior awareness

  • Informative to know other programs are available

  • Memorial uses CPI


Team safety at the bedside

Team Safety at the Bedside

  • Strong Teamwork

    • Improve outcomes, patient satisfaction, staff satisfaction, reduce liability, reduce errors

    • TeamSTEPPS™

    • Communication Tools

      • IPASSTHEBATON

      • SBAR

      • POLO


Team safety conflict resolution

Team Safety & Conflict Resolution

  • Develop safe environment where staff feel comfortable to question safety issues

    • DESC Script

      • D-Describe the specific resolution

      • E-Express your concerns about action

      • S-Suggest other alternative

      • C-Consequences should be stated

    • CUS

      • I am concerned

      • I am uncomfortable

      • This is a Safety Issue


Team safety coaching

(Deena Brecher, MSN,RN,APRN,ACSN-BC,CEN,CPEN)

Team Safety & Coaching

  • Defined – A process that enables learning and development to occur and thus performance to improve

  • Goals

    • Help ensure the team has what they need to be successful

      • Skills, Knowledge, Opportunities, Capabilities

      • Positive, real time feedback, sets them up for success


Medication safety

(Susan Paparella, RN, MSN)

Medication Safety

“Most errors result from complexity of healthcare system and not individual recklessness or incompetence”

Create safer systems

Manage “at risk” behavior

Strategies at Memorial include

Red baskets

Two patient identifiers

High risk medications checked by 2 RN’s

Pediatric medications checked by 2 RN’s


The healthy nurse

(ENA Topic Brief, February2013)

The Healthy Nurse

  • Compassion Fatigue

  • Healthy work environment

  • Human Error

  • Just Culture

  • Transformational Leadership


Risk analysis

(Kathy Szumanski, MSN,RN,NE-BC)

Risk Analysis

  • Reviewed Methods of Risk Analysis

    • Proactive Risk Assessment (PRA)

    • Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

    • Apparent Cause Analysis (ACA)


Liability risks of emergency nurses risk control strategies

Liability Risks of Emergency NursesRisk Control Strategies

  • Scope of Practice

  • Documentation

  • Communication

  • Increased monitoring for patients

    • Administered pain meds

    • Psychiatric crisis

    • Return within 24, 48, 72 hrs


Our story

Our Story…

Our Journey

Dept – Central, CU4, North ED

Basic staff makeup/ basic organizational structure


Ed wpv task force

ED WPV Task Force


Introduction

Introduction

  • Definition

    • “Any act of aggression , physical assault, emotional or verbal abuse, coercive or verbal abuse, coercive or threatening behavior that occurs in a work setting and causes physical or emotional harm.” (ENA, 2010, Emergency Nurses Association position statement).


Statistics

Statistics

  • Nurses are 3 times more likely to experience violence than any other professional group

  • Healthcare workers are more likely to be attacked at work than police officers or prison guards (NIOSH, 2002)

  • Healthcare workers suffer 4 times more non-fatal assaults than the private sector (US Dept of Labor Statistics, 2001)

  • Estimated that 70% of violent events in health workplace are underreported (Luck, Jackson, and Usher, 2007)


Who we are

Who we are…

Interdisciplinary team includes:

Employee Health, Safety, Security, ED Central (RN and Tech), ED North (RN), Behavior Health, ED Team Lead, CNS, FNE, ED physician champion, Risk & Quality/Regulary –support


The big picture

The Big Picture


Purpose

Purpose

  • Mission of ED Workplace Violence Task Force

    • Support overall employee health and well-being with a focus on workplace violence Prevention, Recognition, Response, Reporting and Recovery

  • WPV FOCUS FOR 2013 - TYPE II

    • **Patient to Staff

    • Staff to Staff

    • Visitors to Staff


Drilling down

Drilling down…


Goals

Goals…

ST GOAL – improve WPV incident/injury reporting in the EDs (rationale – need accurate reporting data in order to develop effective interventions).

LT Goal – use improved reporting data to develop effective interventions aimed at helping staff be better prepared to prevent, manage and respond to WPV as well as reducing WPV


Co ena safe work environment updates october 10 2013

Plan…

  • Pre-Survey (22 line-item survey monkey)

  • Education – 90 day

    • Define, Zero tolerance/support, Reporting process, addressing barriers,

    • Huddles, email, CBT

  • Post- Survey


Timeline

Timeline


Additional interventions

Additional Interventions

  • Following up on reports…

  • Communication with police re: reporting

  • Safety Alerts

  • Data trending to include incidents not just injury

    • Consolidating data….


Preliminary survey info

Preliminary Survey Info


Reporting data

Reporting data

Still pending….

Anecdotally…..reporting incidents via our internal quality reporting system increased.


Next steps

Next Steps…

Resiliency

Lateral violence

Trend reporting

Modify reporting form

Expand work to other units


A word from sharon

A word from Sharon…

Legislation

Future intiatives


Questions

Questions?


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