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patient safety risk the undergraduate curriculum

Patient Safety, Risk & the Undergraduate Curriculum

A perspective

from

University of Nottingham

Faculty of Health Sciences

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

what can i share with the already committed
What can I share with the already committed?
  • Our understanding of the imperative
  • Some concepts that may help to engage/influence curriculum decision makers
  • Educational impact
  • Course content
  • A vertical theme with spiral learning (Leeds)
  • Practicalities of delivery in early years
  • Learning from practice: tools for reflective learning
  • Public/Patient & Multi-professional model
  • Assessment

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

gmc recommendations
GMC recommendations
  • Suitable attitudes and behaviour
  • Core & options curriculum
  • Integrated course
  • Minimise factual information
  • Self-directed learning
  • Essential clinical skills
  • Communication skills
  • Health & safety of public
  • Modern teaching & learning systems
  • Appropriate schemes of assessment

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

slide4

House of Commons

Select Report 2009

WHO 2009

GMC 2009

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

slide5

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Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

educational impact a personal story
Educational impact: a personal story
  • Usual curriculum concerns
  • Story of an afternoon
    • Interpretation of data
    • Cognitive bias
    • Everyday communication errors
    • Task fixation
    • Pivotal data
    • Cognitive overload

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

what models are there leeds
What models are there? Leeds

Postgrad

Foundation

Yr 5

Yr 4

Yr 3

Yr 2

Yr 1

Reflective learning from incidents: a culture

Communication, handover

Self & situation awareness

Safe care across boundaries: presribing

Feedback/decsion making, RCA, NPSA

Failure in organizations

Understanding systems

Observation, Reporting Reflection, Learning

Skills: observation. listening

Language/ Human Factors/ Causation

Knowledge

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

proposal a patient safety curriculum theme
Proposal: a patient safety curriculum theme

• Patient safety education linking theory with practice

• Competency based outcomes (assessment methods)

• Explicit patient safety/performance links with existing generic and specific content

• Patient & public perspective - narrative learning

• Senior students demonstrate educational impact through improved clinical performance

• Multidisciplinary - Hospital & community / social care; Psychology, sociology, business, engineering

• Multi-professional IPL opportunities should be optimized and IPL experiences reinforced

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH

summary
Summary
  • Logical, timely, professional imperative
  • Feasibility: engagement, tools and resources, impact
  • Curriculum models: knowledge base, skills, behaviours, theory and practice, vertical.

Andy Norris, Consultant Anaesthetist, NUH