Whether you’re working with a partner, conducting a site visit, doing research, or getting to k now folks in a community, it helps to think through the before, during, and after to create a comfortable, safe, and reciprocal experience
GOAL: Appreciate the idea of aftermath of medical error and idea of provider as second victim..
Context and Instructions: Read article to begin to appreciate medical errors can have on providers and get introduced to a way of thinking of how to support ourselves and colleagues who experience the aftermath of a medical error.
GOAL: Understand how to access different sources of information depending on your question.
Instructions: Actively watch video to help understand differences between types of questions and available resources to answer them.
3) Write some PICO questions of your own
Develop 2-3 PICO question of your own to share in class tomorrow. It may help to think about a patient you have seen or a case discussed during Foundations or EHM so far. You can use the PICO diagramming tool to record your questions. Be prepared to share and discuss.
This article presents an overview of the mechanisms by which community-based organizations can contribute to community well-being. Consider the implications for local communities you have worked in, and think about questions you’d like to ask panel members about their work.
2) Watch video of Carol Gilligan on Moral Development and Care Ethics.
GOAL: Understand the basics of care ethics and how it might apply to the clinical setting.
Consider what is different about the approach that Gilligan is suggesting (i.e. a relational or Care Ethics based approach) from what you typically think of in terms of your ethical obligations as physicians.
IHI online open school. Optional assignment: Students complete the online curriculum and assessment for certificate program. To provide greater detail and context for the material covered in class. Recommended for students pursing a certificate in quality and safety.