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Adverse Events & Disclosure

Lead(s): Nate Spell 

Intended Learning Outcomes

Facilitators

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Session Evaluation Tools

Intended Learning Outcomes

(What should learners be able to do after the session?)

  1. Recognize and report adverse events using hospital specific safety reporting systems
  2. Appropriately disclose information about adverse events and be able to apologize effectively when appropriate
  3. Access help and support, when needed, for impact on people involved

Facilitators

Please email a facilitator directly to request a workshop. If you have questions, please email ulemu.luhanga@emory.edu

Name Email Areas of Expertise/Interest
Ghazala O'Keefe, MD g.d.okeefe@emory.edu Quality Improvement, Professionalism, Adverse events and disclosures, Leadership and Mentoring
Nurcan Ilksoy, MD  nilksoy@emory.edu Performance Improvement, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety
Tracey L. Henry, MD, MPH, MS tracey.l.henry@emory.edu  Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Care Transitions, Physician Well-being  

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Contributors:

Nate Spell, MD

Role Play Disclosure Case Study (Workshop Materials)

  1. Patient Instructions
  2. MD Instructions
  3. Facilitator Instructions

Key reference(s)

Lazare A. Apology in medical practice: an emerging clinical skill.  JAMA 2006. 296 (11); 401-404 http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/203361

Session Evaluation Tools

Please use the following web link or QR code to evaluate an Adverse Events & Disclosure session:

https://mstanba.wufoo.com/forms/core-curriculum-roadshow-adverse-events/ 

Adverse Events QR code

 

Acknowledgements

Thank you to those who came together to develop the intended learning outcomes and list of suggested interactive learning and teaching activities:
Lianne Beck
Nurcan Ilksoy
Ghazala O’Keefe
Gail Peters
Nate Spell