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​​​This plenary provides PSEP – Canada Trainers with a basic understanding of adult education theory and how it can be applied to the development of an effective patient safety educational program. The stages of education impact and change can be divided into two categories: preparation and performance. PSEP – Canada Trainers will prepare learners by establishing the relevance of patient safety and applying it to practical problems from their personal experience. The interactive classroom learning environment will be supplemented by toolkits that can be utilized by end users for effecting meaningful and lasting changes in performance within their organization.

This module will provide you with an understanding of:

  • the stages of education impact and change performance elements.

Learning Objectives include:

  • integrating passive and active teaching styles into an educational program;
  • designing an educational program that addresses the needs of adult learners; and
  • utilizing toolkits to be implemented for performance change by end users.

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This document was revised in September 2015.

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