By Michael St.Pierre
This ebook addresses all concerns suitable to mistakes prevention and secure perform within the acute and emergency health-care surroundings. It starts off with the fundamental rules of human habit and determination making after which walls into 3 sections the place the person, the workforce, and the organizational impacts in the health-care process are mentioned in better intensity. Case reviews and confirmed suggestions support to floor mental idea in day-by-day perform. This ebook has emerged from a long-standing cooperation among clinicians and psychologists and blends the strengths of either professions right into a easily available textual content.
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Errors are attributed to missing knowledge, or to aberrant mental processes such as forgetfulness, not paying attention, poor motivation, and negligence. , lazy, stupid, or reckless) people did them, errors become moral issues as well. ” When viewed from this perspective, solutions to errors lie in improving knowledge (training, education), and in improving motivation by exhortations (“be more careful the next time”), disciplinary measures, or threat of litigation. ” From an organizational perspective this approach is attractive: Instead of looking for institutional responsibility, it is easier to target individuals.
Crisis Management in Acute Care Settings: Human Factors and Team Psychology in a High Stakes Environment by Michael St.Pierre