New Patient safety training workshop 29 September workshop

You are invited to attend the patient safety workshop organized by the SENSTN next Wednesday 29-30  September 2021

It is out 18 patient safety with SENSTN and 52 safety workshop since we started our first workshop during 2014

Who attend :

  1. All staff who care for patient safety and changing patient safety culture
  2. Postgraduate pediatrics students
  3. Medical students  of the 2 year (integrated program ) and 5 year
  4. House officers
  5. Nurses
  6. Other related health care workers

Please contact Mrs Azza Hasan and Rasmia Fakry at pediatrics deparment ,Mr Fakry at NICU

e mail me directly safaaelmeneza@azhar.edu.eg

The program will be mailed to those who are interested to attend

The final date for registration will be 27-9-2021

58 Comments
  1. Reply
    Safaa ELMeneza

    Reminder to house officer , certificate of previous 3 workshops will be available 30 -9-2021

    • Reply
      إيمان جمال عبدالفتاح عبدالعظيم

      1-Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to
      the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying
      disease or condition of the patient.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , hospital acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
      -Near miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :
      Chance, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      إيمان جمال عبدالفتاح عبدالعظيم 2135

      Characteristics of successful reporting system
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

    • 1-adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      2-Harm :
      a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      B-generally refer to outcomes or results

      Characteristics of successful reporting system
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

      • Reply
        Safaa ELMeneza

        you need to reply to each assignment separately in dedicated part

        • Reply
          Walaa Abdelfatah Mohamed Elaasar

          1/Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.

          Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :*Chance e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)

          2/Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Alaa mostafa Mohamed Shaheen 2079

      1-Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to
      the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying
      disease or condition of the patient.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , hospital acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
      -Near miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :
      Chance, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

      Characteristics of successful reporting system
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

      • Reply
        Safaa ELMeneza

        you need to reply to each assignment separately in dedicated part

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          2247 سلمى فتحى عبدالرازق عبدالمنعم

          1-adverse event: An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission.
          Near miss: error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur.
          2-Harm :
          a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
          B-generally refers to outcomes or results

          Characteristics of a successful reporting system
          1. Nonpunitive
          2. Confidential
          3. Independent
          4. Expert analysis
          5. Systems oriented
          6. Responsive

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      Esraa Mohamed Mostafa

      1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

      • Reply
        Safaa ELMeneza

        you need to reply to each assignment separately in dedicated part

    • Reply
      أية أحمد على القرعيش 2113

      . Nonpunitive
      . Confidential
      . Independent
      . Expert analysis
      . Systems oriented
      . Responsive

    • Reply
      أبرار السيد أحمد محمد 2001

      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

    • Reply
      أميرة أشرف عزت مرسى

      Characteristics of successful reporting system
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

    • Reply
      أية محمود محمد عمر العوبي ID 126

      1 )
      Adverse event : this is an incident which result an harm to patient
      Near miss : an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance , prevention or mitigation
      2)
      Harm: impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious effect arising there from .
      This includes diseases , suffering, disability and death.
      Harm generally means out comes or results

    • Reply
      Awatef Mohammad Abd Elfattah Ali

      1/Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.

      Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :*Chance e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)

      2/Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • Reply
      Awatef Mohammad Abd Elfattah Ali

      Non punitive
      Confidential
      Timely
      Expert analysis
      Independent
      System oriented
      Responsive

    • Reply
      Alaa Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed ibrahim

      Characteristics of successful Reporting Systems
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

    • Reply
      Amaal Gamal Ahmed Mohamed

      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive.

    • Reply
      Sabah Hassan shoeep Hassan 2272

      All staff who care for patient safety and changing patient safety culture

    • 1-Advers event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      An event that results in unintended harm to
      the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
      ,hospital-acquired conditions
      2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
      could have harmed the patient,but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and
      Mitigationn
      B-Harm means:
      Harmful incident : an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
      Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

    • Adverse event.anevent that result in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the under lying disease or condition of patient
      NearMiss.anerror of commission or omission thatcould have harmed the patient but serious harm didnot occur and was prevented from complication

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      Awatef Mohammad Abd Elfattah Ali 2020287

      a-Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      An event that results in unintended harm to
      the patient by an act of commission or
      omission rather than by the underlying
      disease or condition of the patient.
      b -Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that
      could have harmed the patient, but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery. As a result of :
      Chance e.g., the patient received a
      contraindicated drug but did not experience
      an adverse drug reaction)
      2-harm: an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.
      * Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      * Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
      death.
      “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

    • Reply
      Awatef Mohammad Abd Elfattah Ali 2020287

      Characteristics of successful reporting system:
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

    • Reply
      2021230/شيماء عبدالله محمود عمر

      Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.

      Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :*Chance e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)

      2/Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Amira yousef mohammed elsayd 2021086

      a-Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      An event that results in unintended harm to
      the patient by an act of commission or
      omission rather than by the underlying
      disease or condition of the patient.
      b -Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that
      could have harmed the patient, but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery. As a result of :
      Chance e.g., the patient received a
      contraindicated drug but did not experience
      an adverse drug reaction)
      2-harm: an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.
      * Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      * Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
      death.
      “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

    • Reply
      Nglaa Abdelaziz mosaed Kamel 2021297

      (1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
      – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
      – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

      (2)Harm means:
      -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
      -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
      -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
      -refers to outcomes or results.

    • a-Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      An event that results in unintended harm to
      the patient by an act of commission or
      omission rather than by the underlying
      disease or condition of the patient.
      b -Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that
      could have harmed the patient, but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery. As a result of :
      Chance e.g., the patient received a
      contraindicated drug but did not experience
      an adverse drug reaction)
      2-harm: an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.
      * Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      * Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
      death.
      “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

  2. Reply
    ساره علاء ابوبكر مهدي سكران

    Adverse event means error lead to harm and events that caused prolonged hospital stays or death
    Near miss means error not lead to harm .it is error of commission or omission
    Harm mean incident resulted in harm to patient

  3. Reply
    ساره علاء ابوبكر مهدي سكران

    Characteristics of successful reporting system
    1.Nonpunitive
    2.confidential
    3.independent
    4.expert analysis
    5.systems oriented
    6.responsive

  4. Reply
    أميرة أشرف عزت مرسى

    An adverse event (AE) is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment.
    Clinical trial results often report the number of grade 3 and grade 4 adverse events. Grades are defined
    Grade 1 Mild AE
    Grade 2 Moderate AE
    Grade 3 Severe AE
    Grade 4 Life-threatening or disabling AE
    Grade 5 Death related to AE

  5. Reply
    أميرة أشرف عزت مرسى

    Characteristics of successful reporting system
    Prepare your financial and management
    reporting for review
    Manage distribution of your reports to key stakeholders
    Tools and tips to analyze your reports in a timely fashion
    Analyze the impact of your quarterly performance
    Prepare multiple forecast scenarios
    Distribute forecast and finalize for approval
    Track ongoing results using scorecards and dashboards

  6. Characteristics of successful reporting system
    Prepare your financial and management
    reporting for review
    Manage distribution of your reports to key stakeholders
    Tools and tips to analyze your reports in a timely fashion
    Analyze the impact of your quarterly performance
    Prepare multiple forecast scenarios
    Distribute forecast and finalize for approval
    Track ongoing results using scorecards and dashboards

  7. An adverse event (AE) is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment.
    Clinical trial results often report the number of grade 3 and grade 4 adverse events. Grades are defined
    Grade 1 Mild AE
    Grade 2 Moderate AE
    Grade 3 Severe AE
    Grade 4 Life-threatening or disabling AE
    Grade 5 Death related to AE

  8. 1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  9. 1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  10. 1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  11. 1-Advers event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn
    (B)
    Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

  12. 1-Advers event: is an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn
    (B)
    Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

  13. Reply
    Yara Arafa

    1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  14. 1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  15. 1_Adverse event:an Incident which results in harm to patient’s, this include never event/sentinel event. Harmful Incident:an Incident that resulted in harm to a patient,this include injury, suffering, disease, disability and death. 2_1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  16. Reply
    Shaimaa

    Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  17. Reply
    Amaal Gamal Ahmed Mohamed

    1. Nonpunitive
    2. Confidential
    3. Independent
    4. Expert analysis
    5. Systems oriented
    6. Responsive

  18. Reply
    منة الله محمد السعيد احمد السعيد

    1-Advers event: is an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn
    (B)
    Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results

  19. 1-Advers event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and
    Mitigationn
    B- Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

  20. Reply
    اسماء طاهر نصرالله سالم 2020037

    -Advers event: is an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn
    (B)
    Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results

  21. Reply
    رحمة احمد محمد احمد سالم ٢١٩٠

    Advers event: is an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn
    (B)
    Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results

  22. Reply
    Naira Abdelfattah Emam 2394

    -Advers event: is an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
    could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn

  23. Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.

    Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :*Chance e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)

    2/Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

  24. A) 1-Advers event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn.

    (B)Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

  25. A) 1-Advers event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient,but serious
    harm did not occur and was prevented from
    completion through a planned or unplanned
    recovery. As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn.

    (B)Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

  26. Reply
    Rifga Ahmed (2021424)

    1 – Adverse event:
    An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.

    2-Near Miss :
    An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)

    2- Harm :
    a/ Impairment of structure or function of the body
    and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
    Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .

    b/ Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

  27. Reply
    آمنة عيناء علي ٢٠٢١٤١٤

    1 – Adverse event: An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission not by patient’s disease or sickness.
    *never events
    *sentinel events

    2-Near Miss: an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery by chance.

    e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse reaction.

    2. Harm: Impairment of structure or function of the body
    or any harmul effect from it.
    any event that could harm the patient
    It is results and outcomes
    example: disease, injury, disability and death .

    Characteristic of successful reporting system:
    1. independent
    2. expert analysis
    3. non puntive
    4. confidential
    5.responsive
    6. system oriented
    6.

  28. Reply
    Rifga Ahmed (2021424)

    1 – Adverse event:
    An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.

    2- Near Miss:
    An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction.

    3- Harm :
    a/ Impairment of structure or function of the body
    and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
    Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .

    b/ Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

    4- Characteristics of successful reporting system :
    1.Nonpunitive
    2.confidential
    3.Independent
    4.Expert analysis
    5.Systems oriented
    6.Responsive

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