Register! -MAPS PSO June Workshop

This annual Culture of Safey Workshop provides a unique blend of patient safety education, collaboration and brain-storming during a 2-day, hands-on meeting format.  The event is open to all healthcare providers across the Midwest. MAPS PSO members will especially benefit from attending both days. In addition, healthcare and patient safety vendors will be exhibiting and available to discuss the latest patient safety resources.


Agenda
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PROGRAM OVERVIEW - DAY 1
In the current environment, burnout is common among healthcare workers. Burnout prevalence is estimated to range from 10 to 70 percent among nurses, and more than half of American physicians have at least one sign of burnout. Healthcare burnout threatens patient safety by leading to the depersonalization of – and thus, poor interactions with – coworkers and patients. The connection between burnout and patient safety may be driven by both a lack of motivation or energy and impaired cognitive function. These can result in distraction, memory lapses and a lack of attention to detail among workers, making them easily prone to errors and putting patients in risky situations.

Leadership plays a key role in combating burnout among healthcare professionals. Yet, few organizations have the necessary tools and knowledge to create an environment of psychological safety. This workshop will provide both strategies to identify burnout in professional healthcare staff and the resources to improve safety culture.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

• Use learnings from the field and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement/National Patient Safety Foundation to ignite joy in work and
  create safety at your organization.
• Understand and apply practical methods in physical and psychological safety and steps to creating joy in work.
• Construct an initial journey map that sets the path to a safer, more joyous workplace.



WHO SHOULD ATTEND
•Chief Nursing Officer
•Chief Medical Officer
•Physician and Nurse Executives
•Chief Quality Officer & Head of Quality Improvement
•Head of Risk Management/Patient Safety
•MAPS PSO Coordinators

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION – DAY 2
The day is set to assist PSO member providers with learning about why and how to train their workforce about the organization’s participation in a PSO, review core confidentiality and privileges afforded by the PSQIA and how organizations can use these protections to improve safety culture and innovation, and have the opportunity to see how three members have on-boarded and integrated the PSO into their patient safety programs. 

There is a breakfast breakout session planned for those MAPS PSO members that are new to the program or need a refresher on confidentiality of patient safety work product (PSWP.)

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

• Reinforce the importance of the PSO workforce understanding the core confidentiality requirements of the PSQIA.
• Discuss how the PSO can be utilized to improve culture and patient safety.
• Describe the process that can be used to operationalize the PSO.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Clinicians and professionals in quality improvement, patient safety, risk management, and hospital operations

Suggested target audiences:
• Chief Nursing Officer
• Heads of Quality Improvement
• Heads of Risk Management/Patient Safety
• MAPS PSO Coordinators
• Key PSO team members involved in operations

Day 1:

PROGRAM COST – This event is open to all healthcare providers. Non-MAPS members may attend for a fee - $244 for the first registrant, only $144 for others from the same organization.

Wednesday, 6/6/2018 | Chicago-Naperville Marriott Hotel, Naperville, IL

Call the hotel and mention the meeting name and dates.  A select number of rooms have been reserved at a discount.

CE Statement: The Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA) is authorized by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (license number 236.000109) to award up to 5.0 hours of nurse continuing education credit for this program.

Program Sponsors:

beterra.com

Day 2:

PROGRAM COST -  Only MAPS PSO member organizations are eligible to attend both days of the workshop. For MAPS members, attendance is a benefit of membership.

Thursday, 6/7/2018 | Chicago-Naperville Marriott Hotel, Naperville, IL – MAPS PSO Members Only.

CE Statement: The Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA) is authorized by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (license number 236.000109) to award up to 4.0 hours of nurse continuing education credit for this program.

For the second day, if attendees sign up before 8 am to attend the breakfast session, they will receive the full credit for that session. If they sign up later and begin attendance at 9 am, then they will receive fewer hours.

 


 

Planning Tips:

Registering Online: We recommend registering all staff at one time to avoid any incorrect charges based on the status of first and additional registrants.
Easy Online Registration

Event registration requests will be reviewed and confirmed in the order of submission. Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses.




Contact: Margie McDevitt at 630-276-5504 for questions with registration or if you wish to be added to our MAPS PSO mailing list.