Is Your Healthcare Data Yours? Your Rights and How to Use Your Data to Improve Your Experience in Healthcare

Donna Prosser, DNP, RN, NE-BC, FACHE, BCPA, Chief Clinical Officer, Patient Safety Movement
Raj Ratwani, 
PhD, MA, VP of Scientific Affairs, MedStar Health Research; Institute Director, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare
Martin Hatlie, JD, CEO, Project Patient Care; Co-Director, MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety
Helen Haskell, President, Mothers Against Medical Error
Ana Luisa Neves, 
MBChB, MSc, PhD, FHEA, FRCGP, Research Fellow, NIHR Imperial Patient Safety Translational Research Centre

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Medical Error Management

One-Day Workshop on Medical Error Management. Attendees will learn the different types of medical errors, how to analyze, manage and prevent medical error recurrence. Know the Bahrain’s Legislation concerned with Medical Error.

Walk for Patient Safety and Light Up the Opera House in Orange

The reason we are walking is to show our support of the slogan that “we must unite for safe care”. To light up the landmark building of the Opera House in orange is to celebrate the World Patient Safety Day at the same time, to raise Taiwan’s international profile based on the success we have achieved so far in fighting the coronavirus pandemic. We will be walking 3 km in the vicinity of downtown.

Baines Occupational Health Services, Zoom Meeting

Baines Occupational Health Services would like to host a Zoom session for Healthcare institutions in Zimbabwe to raise the importance of patient safety. They would also like to develop and distribute brochures on patient safety across Southern Africa.

Light Up Africa for Safe Healthcare Workers and Safe Patient Outcomes

We intend to light up a building with the Orange T-Shirts and we also intend to mobilize people to do a walk holding placards and pictographical materials that reinforce the need for us all to unite for the safety of both the patients and caregivers.
This will be held in Lagos State, Nigeria.

We are also speaking to colleagues in Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa to commit to lighting up a building to promote the same agenda.

Aspen Pharmaceuticals: Fórum Internacional para Segurança do Paciente (I International Forum for Patient Safety)

Agenda: September 16 @ 5:30 pm – September 17 @ 9:30 pm

September 16th:

6 p.m. at 7 p.m.The intersection of patient safety and pandemic: How the human factors and ergonomics can improve the adaptative capacity in the complex systems inside the dynamism and uncertainty

7:05 p.m. at  8p.m.- The importance of professional safety for patient safety: How can we improve the sense of security, promote calm and maintain the organizational effectiveness of professionals

8:05 p.m. at 8:35 p.m. –  Security II Perspective: Understanding human performance and the health system’s ability to function properly under changing conditions

  8:35 p.m. at 9:15 p.m. – Mental Health as a pillar for patient safety balance: Strategies to maintain the well-being of health professionals in times of tension and uncertainty.

September 17th:

6 p.m. at 7 p.m. – VUCA environment X action strategies and routines that promote patient safety: Creating more harmonious environments among multidisciplinary teams in situations of extreme stress

7:05 p.m. at  8p.m.- COVID-19: Lessons incorporated during constant changes: What are the learnings and trends for the future of healthcare and patient safety

8:05 p.m. at 8:35 p.m. – #Icommit: The involvement of organizations, leaders and health professionals with patient safety

8:35 p.m. at 9:15 p.m. – The involvement of organizations, leaders and health professionals with patient safety

  • Sponsor’s Institutions:

SBA – Brazilian Society of Anesthesiology –

SAESP – São Paulo Society of Anesthesiology –

FSP – Patienty Safety Foundation –

IBSP – Brazilian Institute for Patient Safety –

SOBRASP – Brazilian Society for Patient Safety –

SOBECC – OR Nurses Society –

SBRAFH – Brazilian Society of Hospital Farmacy –

AMIB – Brazilian Intensive Care Association –

ISMP – Institute for safety medication practices –

Lighting up the UCI Health power plant to create visible recognition of healthcare worker efforts

To bring recognition of this important day, we are lighting up the UCI Health power plant in orange on both September 16th and 17th, as this symbolic gesture represents a very visible public recognition of healthcare worker efforts.
To help to increase awareness we are providing UCI Health team members with orange ribbons to wear on 9/17.
We will handout blue and orange COVID screening wristbands on 9/17.
We are encouraging UCI Health team members to join the Patient Safety Movement Foundation’s #uniteforsafecare virtual event being held on 9/17.
We are promoting World Patient Safety Day on our UCI Health Social Media Sites.
We are recommending Charity Miles participation to our patient safety and quality team.

World Patient Safety Day Campaign

São Paulo city, São Paulo state, Brazil

  • September 15th at 8 p.m.: O Fator Humano na Aviação:Quais lições os profissionais da saúde podem aprender com a área de segurança na aviação – The Human Factor in Aviation: which lessons healthcare professionals can learn from aviation security.
  • September 22nd at 08 p.m.: Abordagem à Segunda Vítima de Evento Adverso – Security beyond human error
  • September 29th at 08 p.m.: Segurança para Além do Erro Humano: Estratégias para um plano eficiente de cuidados aos profisionais de saúde – An approach to the Second Adverse Event Victim: Strategies on how to implement efficient plans to take care of health professionals