Are families seeing something we're not?

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Presenters:

Jeremy Daniels MD BASc 

Mark Ansermino MBBCH, MMed, MSc (Informatics), FFA (SA), FRCPC 

Annemarie Taylor  MA RN

Synopsis:

What would the effect of a patient safety reporting system used by families of paediatric inpatients be on adverse event reporting by healthcare workers?

Join the CAPHC Patient Safety Collaborative for a webinar on May 25 11:00 am – 12:00 EDT

We are excited to welcome Dr. Jeremy Daniels, resident in Anatomical Pathology at McMaster University, Dr. Mark Ansermino, Associate Professor in the University of British Columbia’s Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics and a Pediatric Anesthesiologist at the British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital and Anne Marie Taylor, Provincial Director of the BC Patient Safety & Learning System.

These presenters will review the background literature, rationale and recent research supporting the need for family and patient adverse event reporting in pediatric health facilities. They will describe their team's approach to designing and testing a computerized system for families of pediatric tertiary-care inpatients to report adverse events that occurred during the child's hospital stay. Family reporting at the study institution will be compared and contrasted with healthcare provider reporting over the same time period. An update on current efforts at BC Children’s Hospital to build on the successful project will also be provided.

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Jeremy Daniels MD BASc is a resident in Anatomical Pathology at McMaster University. He received a BASc in mechanical engineering from U of Waterloo in 2005 and an MD from U of British Columbia in 2011. Jeremy worked as research engineer for the Pediatric Anesthesia Research Team at BC Children's Hospital from 2005-2011

Mark Ansermino MBBCH, MMed, MSc (Informatics), FFA (SA), FRCPC
Mark is an Associate Professor in the University of British Columbia’s Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics and a Pediatric Anesthesiologist at the British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital. He has Masters Degree in Health Informatics from City University, London, UK. His specific interests are in technology to support personalized healthcare. He holds a Scholar award from the Michael Smith Research Foundation, British Columbia.

Annemarie Taylor is Provincial Director of the BC Patient Safety & Learning System. She studied nursing at Mount Royal College, received a BScN from University of Victoria, has a Master of Arts degree in Leadership from Royal Roads University and completed the CHSRF Executive Training for Research Application (EXTRA) program. Annemarie was given a CRNBC Award of Excellence and was recognized by the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council with the 2010 award for Leadership in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety.

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