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A one-day seminar to learn with peers exactly how to integrate an effective risk management program into an existing or brand new quality management system.
Participants will work with the instructor to understand the ISO and IQMH requirements. They explore in detail two tools for evaluating risk: the severity/probability grid and the failure-modes-effects-analysis tool, and work with peers to compare those tools for advantages and disadvantages. Participants will clearly understand exactly how risk interrelates to a quality management system; and understand what IQMH teams will expect on assessment. To tie it all together, participants write a policy for risk management.
At the end of the course, participants will have received expert guidance and training on the following:
The course is designed and delivered by an expert trainer from IQMH, Julie Coffey, who is an ASQ Certified Manager of Quality and Quality Auditor with over 15 years of experience in accreditation and quality management. Delivery techniques will utilize interesting and relevant case studies, combined with engaging exercises that will draw upon those years of experience. All materials will be provided in printed form.
An optional exam can be completed electronically following attendance of the course.
Completion of the course results in a certificate of attendance, successful completion of the optional exam will result in a certificate of completion.
"The best workshop I have taken in the last ten years. The program gave me practical tools to perform risk assessments in our facility as well as providing direction in my role as an IQMH Assessor. The program was well structured and gave us practical applications that we could use immediately at our own facilities."
"We definitely will be putting your course into practice. I believe we likely will do an assessment on any new equipment from this time forward. We recently did a Risk Assessment of a Hoyer Lift that was installed this year in our CT Scan Dept on September 20. We utilized the FMEA chart to help with the assessment. We ended up with an action plan to do an audit in CT for the month of October for the ER and In Patient areas of what improper practices currently are happening. In November we plan to communicate the findings with the Nurse Educators, and for them to educate the areas of recommendations from the Assessment. We are also recommending that the Diagnostic Imaging have a yearly competency review for all staff of the Hoyer Lift usage and proper sling selection and placement under patients."
"Very good, engaging and informative. IQMH did a great job at presenting the information using practical examples that actually makes you feel like the process of performing the assessments won’t be too difficult to perform."
Institute for Quality
Management in Healthcare
1500-393 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6 Canada
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