Engagement: it’s all about the how of implementation (pdf page 24 of 41) is the 3rd of three articles on the topic of disengagement. Parts I and II explained the current situation. This article follows on the first two to present a way forward. Dr. Ruiter notes, “Implementation of initiatives is a challenge — change always is. But understanding the current context, in both engagement and safety, reveals some important insights into an approach for successful implementation of patient safety initiatives.
Patient Safety in a New Age of Understanding (page 222 /pdf page 44 of 63) is the 2nd of three articles on the topic of disengagement. This article builds on the first – which introduced some of the issues affecting engagement of health care workers – and looks at the role healthcare’s approach to safety and quality has played. “Engaged health care teams are necessary for any improvement in quality or safety,” explains Dr. Ruiter, “the most important factor in making a team successful is culture” he added. Parts I and II explain the current situation…in Part III (expected sometime later this year) he will discuss a way forward.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2018 Salus Global PATIENT SAFETY AWARDS!
Published this month in the Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership (Volume 5 number 3) is the first of three articles on the topic of Disengagement. Authored by Dr. Jim Ruiter, Salus Global’s Vice President , Medical Director, the article introduces some of the issues affecting engagement of health care workers page 165 (pdf page 39 of 52).
Effective January, 2019, Salus Global is introducing a new and improved Recognition Award for Program participants.
Designed to recognize teams, the Module or Milestone-based Award is intended to: