PREVENTION EDUCATION, NOT PUNISHMENT WILL CURE MEDICAL ERRORS
The patient safety mini course is designed to provide residents with a broad instruction and practical skills required to become proficient and capable of leading others in reporting medical errors and analyzing patient safety events. The course focuses on four key areas which include; identification of medical errors, reporting medical errors, developing skills to conduct root cause analysis, and developing high-level action plans.
Class Instructor: Eric Anderson, M.Ed.
Mr. Eric Anderson is the Associate Designated Institutional Official and Director of Graduate Medical Education in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has served as faculty and administration of medical residencies for over twenty years. He has also served as the executive director of a K-8 charter school and a middle school teacher. Mr. Anderson serves on the Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers annual meeting planning committee and serves on numerous local, regional, and national committees in the field of graduate medical education. Along with his colleagues Mr. Anderson has designed a several initiatives, workshops, and courses intended for medical residents and faculty.
"Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10, ESV).
Through Biblical Foundations, you gain a foundational knowledge of biblical texts, teachings and backgrounds necessary for the Scriptures to play an informed and enriching your continuing personal formation. God has guided you with your gift of providing health, hope, and healing for your patients.
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