Enhanced Recovery Canada™: Safety Improvement Project – An 18-month learning collaborative
The Canadian Patient Safety Institute launched an 18 month Enhanced Recovery Canada™ (ERC) Safety Improvement Project in April 2019. Based on evidence-based practices supporting Enhanced Recovery for colorectal surgeries, seven teams from across the country are learning strategies that will support better outcomes for surgical patients including: an improved patient experience, reduced length of stay, decreased complication rates and fewer hospital readmissions.
Enhanced Recovery Canada™ has developed evidence based clinical pathways based on an international program called Enhanced Recovery After Surgery; surgical best practices known to help patients receive optimal care. Enhanced Recovery Canada™ has the potential to make a significant impact in surgical care and surgical care safety.
The participating teams are:
- learning to apply the Enhanced Recovery Canada™ evidence-based principles to develop a more comprehensive approach to patient safety.
- working with expert faculty and coaches to successfully implement ERC principles for colorectal surgeries.
- sharing learnings and networking with colleagues across Canada.
- accessing, sharing and adapting advanced patient safety knowledge, tools, and resources within a learning network.
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