Blue Sky: Innovations in Patient Safety Teaching and - SIM-one

Blue Sky:
Innovations in Patient Safety
Teaching and Learning
March 24 & 25, 2014 • $50
Marriott Toronto Downtown Eaton Centre
An event for health professionals and others who are
engaged in undergraduate health professional education
in academic or clinical practice settings
Blue Sky: Innovations in Patient Safety
Teaching and Learning
March 24th 2:00-5:00 PM
Reception following
Marriott Toronto Downtown Eaton Centre
1. The Evidence:
Hear about research on the student and faculty perspective regarding the integration of
patient safety competencies into undergraduate curriculum; experience a patient safety
OSCE designed with an inter-professional lens
2. The Implications: Inter-professional Panel Discussion
Engage with these panelists as they discuss the implications of this work
Anne Resnick,
Director of Professional Practice,
Ontario College of Pharmacists
Dan Falkner
Deputy Registrar, College of Physicians
and Surgeons of Ontario
Janet Anderson
Director of Policy and Practice, College
of Nurses of Ontario
Shenda Tanchak
Registrar and CEO College of
Physiotherapists of Ontario
Brian Wong
Staff Physician, General Internal Medicine
Associate Director, Centre for Quality
Improvement & Patient Safety (C-QuIPS)
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
University of Toronto
Jennifer Medves
Vice-Dean (Health Sciences)
Director of the School of Nursing
Queen’s University
Olavo Fernandes
Director of Pharmacy University Health
Network & Assistant Professor
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University
of Toronto
is intended for
Social Workers
and others who
are engaged in
education in
academic or
clinical practice
3. Blue Sky: Advancing the Work
Ward Flemons
Professor, Faculty of Medicine University of Calgary
Quality and Safety Education Lead
Ward of the 21st Century
To register visit:, Fee $50.00
If you have difficulty registering contact Deborah Tregunno [email protected]
Funded in part by
Canadian Patient
Safety Institute,
Ontario Ministry of
Training, Colleges
and Universities,
Queen’s University,
and York University.
Enhancing Registered Nurse Job Readiness and Patient
Safety Outcomes Through Clinical Simulation
Productivity and Innovation Grant
The Ontario Ministry of Colleges, Training and Universities
March 25, 2014
8:30-4:30 PM
Key Note Speaker: KT Waxman DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP
Assistant Professor, Chair DNP Program
University of San Francisco School of Nursing and Health Professionals
Director, California Simulation Alliance
Showcasing Newly Developed Clinical Simulations
Brock University
University of Ottawa
Care of Ventilated Patient In Critical Care
& Chronically Ventilated Patient
Care of Patient During Normal Labor & Delivery
Multi-Patient, Multi Vehicle Trauma
End of Life Care: Breaking Bad News
McMaster University
Post Operative Complication Total Knee Arthroplasty &
Pulmonary Emboli
Care of the Child with Bronchitis
Therapeutic management ( de-escalation ) of angry,
agitated and aggressive patient
Pediatrics: Respiratory Assessment, Tracheostomy Care,
Tracheostomy/Airway Displacement
Western University
Blood Transfusion
Suicide Risk Assessment
Windsor University
Care for Terminally Ill
Managing Patient Assessment & Priority Setting
Nipissing University
Trent University
Adult Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Pediatric Diabetic Ketoacidosis
York University
Pediatric Respiratory Distress
Care for the Dying Child at Home
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Disclosure of Adverse Event Pediatric Focus
Working as a Street Nurse
Lakehead University
Diabetes Type 2 Chronic Disease Self Management
Adult Mental Health Suicidal Ideation in Hospital Setting
Queen’s University
Respiratory Distress and Ventilator Support
Elderly Urosepsis
Laurentian University
Pediatric Post-op Surgical Site Infection
Pediatric Acute Asthma Exacerbation
Ryerson University
Hypertensive Disorder of Pregnancy
Pediatric Bacterial Meningitis Medication Calculation

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