This module provides PSEP – Canada trainers with educational approaches and practical guidance to assist them with embedding patient safety and quality content into curricula within their organizations. The module is relevant to both academic and clinical settings and presents a number of sound teaching strategies to facilitate learners' full engagement with patient safety and quality. This module also provides direction on how to design, implement, and evaluate educational programs. Opportunities and challenges associated with embedding patient safety and quality content into curricula and education programs are discussed. Suggestions from peers, who are successfully embedding and delivering PSEP – Canada content in their organizations, are identified throughout the module. This module provides trainers with tools and resources to support the linked 6 steps of learning and change process, from attitude change all the way through to creation of sustained new norms of practice.
This module will teach you about:
- how to embed patient safety and quality into curricula/education programs
- how to teach others to embed patient safety and quality into curricula/education programs
- how to apply the Safety Competencies Framework to patient safety education curricula/education programs
- how to apply basic principles of teaching and learning, particularly "Backwards Design" and "Active Learning", when embedding and developing patient safety and quality into curricula /education programs
Learning Objectives include:
- identify the best teaching strategies to integrate the PSEP – Canada curriculum within an organization
- support the development of an organizational culture that is committed to promoting patient safety
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This document was released in September 2017.
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