Archive: Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Purpose of the Call
Hear firsthand from the evaluation researchers what they learned from the 11 teams representing seven organizations and provinces which participated in the 18-month Measurement and Monitoring of Safety collaborative. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework:
- strategies for implementing the framework in multiple Canadian healthcare settings,
- team successes and
- ask questions of the researchers and coaches.
- Provide a brief overview of the Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework
- Present the findings from the evaluation study examining the effectiveness of the Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Collaborative
Dr. G. Ross Baker is a professor in the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto and Program Lead in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety. Ross had led a number of projects in Quality Improvement and Patient safety and was Co-Lead for the IDEAS program (Improving and Driving Excellence Across Sectors) and is currently the lead and a faculty member for the ADVANCE (Accountability, shareD leadership and goVernANCE): A program designed to support leaders of Ontario Health Teams.
Dr. Joanne Goldman is a Scientist at the Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Cross-Appointed Researcher at The Wilson Centre for Research in Education, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, at the University of Toronto. Her research focuses on the use sociologically informed theoretical and methodological perspectives to study quality improvement and patient safety education and practice. This work is informed by her many years of research in the fields of interprofessional education and practice and continuing education.
Leahora Rotteau is the Program Manager at the Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (C-QuIPS) and a PhD Candidate at the Institute for Healthcare Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. Her research focuses on using qualitative methods and social theory to understand the context and spread of quality improvement and patient safety implementation. Ms. Rotteau received her MA from the University of Waterloo's Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and worked in the Veteran's Centre at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre before joining C-QuIPS as project manager for a national study of implementation issues for patient safety practices in paediatric and adult hospitals. She joined the Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in December 2009.