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Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Learning Assessment There will be a post test for this activity with a minimum performance requirement of 8 out of 10 correct answers. Resident Information Residents will earn a certificate of completion. Analyzing decades of medical malpractice claim data has led the MI faculty to narrow our focus to pinpoint the most important roots of patient safety issues across a host of medical specialties.
When we boil down our collection of risk management education topics, these key concepts most keenly respond to the roots of patient safety issues: Cognition Error in the mental action or process of learning can lead to adverse events stemming from inaccurate or incomplete thinking, perceiving, experiencing, recognizing, remembering and judging.
Courses marked with this designation indicate that information presented within that specific education activity will illuminate actionable ways to improve analysis and synthesis of information, diagnosis and clinical decision making. Communication Misunderstandings can lead to adverse events arising from errors in written, verbal and non-verbal information exchange. Courses marked with this designation indicate that the specific education activity will present realistic ways to apply learning, implement changes in a medical practice, improve competencies, critically assess performance, and utilize and incorporate evidence-based best practices.
Professionalism Breach of competency standards and ethical values can result in adverse events stemming from a misunderstanding of professional expectations.
Courses marked with this designation indicate that the education activity will clarify professional expectations in an effort to improve advocacy and participation, provider wellness, ethical decisions, cultural competence, professional organization participation, and adherence to patient care guidelines. System System errors in medicine primarily consist of interrelated and interdependent components that habitually influence one another, and can often result in adverse consequences.
The disclosures shall be reviewed for any conflict of interest and subject to a mechanism for resolution of conflict of interest. A disclosure statement of relevant financial relationships will be made to the audience prior to the activity. Author s Kenneth E. Jones, MD Richard A.
ACOG Practice Bulletin Number 49, December 2003: Dystocia and augmentation of labor.
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