AaNA Monthly Tuesday Talks! December 18, Topic: What it Means or Takes to Become a High Reliability Organization
Tuesday Talks! December 18, 2018 at 6 pm - 7:15 pm. Topic: What it Means or Takes to Become a High Reliability Organization.
Rosa Niemi, MS, RN to present live from Petersburg, on a high-reliability organization provides a reliable service at a reasonable cost while reducing errors even though it operates in a high risk environment. A good example of this is the airline industry. You want your plane to land safely EVERY time, not just some of the time. The same should be true for healthcare. The high-reliability journey emphasizes safety and just organizational culture, quality improvement processes, use of EBP, resiliency, and other factors that make nursing care more safe, and cost effective.
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- There is no conflict of interest for any program planner or presenter involved with this activity.
- Criteria for successful completion include attending the entire presentation and completing an evaluation form. Upon successful completion, a CE certificate will be awarded 1.25 Contact Hours.
- This nursing CE activity is being provided by the Alaska Nurses Association (AaNA).
We hope to see you there!