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Nursing Contact Hour – Evaluation Form

19th Annual Northwest Patient Safety Conference - October 18-19, 2022

Organization: Davis Continuing Education

Location: Patient Safety Conference Zoom Webinar/Meeting

Please complete this conference evaluation for the presentations you attended live or watched recorded. Upon receipt we will send you the certificate with your contact hours. We will base your contact hours on the sessions you respond to on the evaluation.

''Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 16359 for 13.8 contact hours.''




MORNING KEYNOTE: 8:10 - 9:00 am

1. There Are No Accidents – Jessie Singer

1. Learning Objective(s): A) Describe alternatives to traditional safety models such as: dangerous conditions model and incorporating social determinants of health. B) Explain how these impact our concept of injury prevention.

1. Presentation Rating and Relevance


BREAKOUT SESSIONS: 9:10 - 10:00 am

2. Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Reckoning with Errors in Medical Records - Haavi Morriem

2. Learning Objective(s): Describe the hazards posed by medical errors present in clinical records and their implications for the use of Artificial Intelligence in clinical care.

2. Presentation Rating and Relevance

3. Survey Results to Tangible Actions: Maximizing Impact of the Culture of Safety Survey - Jodie Errington & Sarah Jaaskelainen

3. Learning Objective(s): A) Explain an approach to establish multi-disciplinary creation and ownership for Culture of Safety Survey results by clinic area. B) Describe the methodology to develop an action item to target low scoring items.

3a. Jodie Errington

3b. Sarah Jaaskelainen

3. Presentation Rating and Relevance


BREAKOUT SESSIONS: 10:10 - 11:00 am

4. Safe and Well: Utilizing Evidence-Based Strategies to Promote Health Professional Well-Being and Patient Safety - Skye McKennon

4. Learning Objective(s): Outline approaches (systems-based, team-based, and individual-based) that improve healthcare professional well-being.

4. Presentation Rating and Relevance

5. Improving Diagnostic Capacity: It takes a Team, Tools, and Tenacity - Chris Goeschel

5. Learning Objective(s): A) Explain the impact of provider communication breakdowns on diagnostic safety. B) Discuss barriers to effective teamwork and how to overcome them.

5. Presentation Rating and Relevance

6. Restorative Practices: Enhancing healing and learning after healthcare harm - Robert Robson & Allison Kooijman

6. Learning Objective(s): A) Describe the present structural and legislative barriers to healing after healthcare harm. B) Describe the challenges of introducing and implementing restorative approaches in healthcare.

6a. Robert Robson

6b. Allison Kooijman

6. Presentation Rating and Relevance



7. Lessons Learned from “Dr. Death - Anne Roberts & Panel: Kay Van Wey, Robert Henderson, Martin Lazar, Michelle Shurgart, Robert Oshel

7. Learning Objective(s): A) Describe how the case went from malpractice to criminal. B) List the System Failures that contributed to the injury of 33/38 patients he operated on. C) Describe the lessons learned and tips to avoid this type of failure within the overall healthcare system.

7a. Anne Roberts

7b. Kay Van Wey

7c. Robert Henderson, MD

7d. Martin Lazar, MD

7e. Michelle Shurgart

7f. Robert Oshel, PhD

7. Presentation Rating and Relevance




MORNING KEYNOTE 1: 8:10 - 9:00 am

8. Who killed patient safety - Carole Hemmelgarn & Martin Hatlie

8. Learning Objective(s): A) Explain why patient safety has fallen off the national agenda. B) Identify how patient's advocates can be the catalyst to revitalizing patient safety.

8a. Carole Hemmelgarn

8b. Martin Hatlie

8. Presentation Rating and Relevance


MORNING KEYNOTE 2: 9:10 - 10:00 am

9. Engaging Patients and Families in Quality and Safety: A deep, transparent partnership - Armando Nahum

9. Learning Objective(s): A) Discuss the importance and impact of connecting the head with the heart when harm occurs. B) Identify how PFACs are a means to improve safety.

9. Presentation Rating and Relevance


BREAKOUT SESSIONS 10:10 – 11:00 am

10. “Patient Ergonomics” – the science of patient work – and how to design systems to improve safety by accommodating the work of patients and care partners - Rich Holden & Nicole Werner

10. Learning Objective(s): A) Define Patient Ergonomics. B) Describe tools and techniques from the field of patient ergonomics to study, design, and evaluate systems to support patient and care partner work.

10a. Rich Holden

10b. Nicole Werner

10. Presentation Rating and Relevance

11. From Informed Consent to Probability Based, Shared Decision-Making - John James

11. Learning Objective(s): Describe the shortcomings of traditional informed consent and how shared decision-making addresses these.

11. Presentation Rating and Relevance


AFTERNOON KEYNOTE: 11:10 - 12:15 pm

12. The 2022 CMS Quality Strategy and CMS Levers of Safety – Michelle Schreiber, MD

12. Learning Objectives: A) Describe the areas of focus of the 2022 CMS Quality Strategy. B) List the goals of the 2022 CMS Quality Strategy. C) Describe how the strategy approaches patient safety through a person-centered approach and by addressing healthcare disparities.

12. Presentation Rating and Relevance