We invite you to participate in an upcoming educational opportunity, “Patient Safety Faculty Development Workshop-Meeting the Needs for Graduate Medical Education” that will be taking place on February 11, 12, or 13, 2014. This is a 1-day workshop that will be repeated daily for 3 consecutive days to allow as many faculty and GME trainees to participate as possible. The workshop is being co-hosted by the VA National Center for Patient Safety, Malcom Randall VAMC (NF/SGVHS), the University of Florida College of Medicine and UF Health.
All sessions will be held in the UF Health Facilities Administration Building # 0271, which is located behind East Parking Garages #1 & #10.
An overview of events and a directional map follow:
The workshop includes a ½ day morning session of the basics of patient safety in a “train the trainer” format. Topics include Introduction to Patient Safety, Human Factors Engineering, Teamwork & Communication, Trust, Disclosure, and Handoffs. The ½ day afternoon session includes break-out sessions with simulations to apply the concepts to your residency training program. This workshop is geared for clinical faculty, program directors, associate program directors, and chief residents (future chiefs) who are involved in graduate medical education and need to implement a patient safety curriculum into their training program and prepare for the future ACGME CLER visits. The modules are linked to the ACGME Core Competencies.
If you would like to attend, please contact Rebecca Beyth (by email: Rebecca.Beyth@medicine.ufl.edu) as soon as possible with your name and which date you prefer to attend (Feb 11, 12, or 13 – as first choice, second choice, third choice). All attempts will be made to honor your first choice, but space is limited for each session and will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.