Information Session - 13 Nov 2013 PowerPoint slides

Report
WA Safety and Quality Point Prevalence Survey
In conjunction with WoundsWest
Dr Amanda Ling (Executive Sponsor)
Annie Gan (Project Manager)
13 November 2013
Welcome by
Dr Amanda Ling
 Landmark statewide project
 DG endorsed
 Support National Standards
WHAT?
What is a point prevalence survey?
 A count of ‘events’ in a specified population at a point
in time
 What is the WA Safety and Quality Point
Prevalence Survey?
 Obtain and analyse data in
order to understand performance
against NSQHS Standards
WHEN?
 May 2014
 A hospital will be surveyed each day in the month
of May, 2014
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
30-Apr
Thursday
01-May
Bentley Hospital
Friday
02-May
Geraldton Hospital
Kalgoorlie Hospital
Port Hedland Hospital
05-May
Kaleeya Hospital
06-May
07-May
Armadale Kelmscott Mem H Osborne Park Hospital
08-May
Joondalup Hospital
(498/50)
09-May
Cleanup day
12-May
Albany Hospital
13-May
Rockingham Gen Hospital
15-May
Sir Charles Gairdner
Hospital
16-May
Cleanup day
22-May
Royal Perth Hospital
23-May
Cleanup day
14-May
Swan District Hospital
Kalamunda Hospital
19-May
26-May
Peel Health Service
Broome Hospital
20-May
Bunbury Health Campus
21-May
Shenton Park Hospital
27-May
Princess Margaret Hospital
28-May
29-May
King Edward Memorial Hospital Fremantle Hospital
30-May
WHERE?
Which hospitals will be involved?
 All WA Health metropolitan (14) hospitals including
Joondalup and Peel
 6 WACHS hospitals
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Bunbury
Albany
Kalgoorlie
Broome
Geraldton
Port Hedland
WHAT?
What will we be measuring?
 Valuable information which will be used to improve patient
safety across WA Health
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Standard 3 - Healthcare associated infections
Standard 4 - Medication safety
Standard 5 - Patient identification
Standard 8 - Pressure injuries
Standard 10 - Falls
Venous thromboembolism (VTE)
WHAT?
What type of data is being collected?
 Patient Identification: How many patient id bands does the
patient have? What colour are they?
 HAI: How many PIVC does the patient have? Has the PIVC
been in situ more than 3 days?
 Pressure Injuries: How many pressure injuries does the
patient have? What type of pressure relieving support
surfaces are in place?
WHICH?
 Which patients will be included?
 All multi day inpatients admitted before midnight before day
of survey
Exclusions
 Dialysis patients
 Psychiatric patients
 Unqualified newborns
 Hospital in the home clients
 Day surgery patients
 Day procedure patients
HOW?
What will my role be as a surveyor?
 Paired with clinical team member
 Direct patient contact
 Data collection on iPads
 Examining the medical record
What can I do to get involved?
 Volunteers are needed to be surveyors
 No clinical experience is required
 Commit to an education session and at least one survey day
 Get your team involved
Education session
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Mar – April 2014
Half a day, various venues
How to sign up for a session
How to use survey tool
Interactive session including ipads
Quiz
Survey days
 Arrive for a pre-briefing
 Allocated to teams
 Receive iPads
 Conduct survey
 Site coordinator and support
WHY?
Why should I participate?
 Hands-on hospital experience
 patient skin assessments
 reviewing patient medical records
 Continuing professional development (CPD)
 Education days – CPD points
 Survey days – AHPRA’s Recency of Practice
What happens with the
data?
 Raw data provided to hospitals
 Prevalence analysis
 Data linkage and statistical analysis by
UWA
What to do next
 Speak to your manager, get approval early
 Get your team involved
 Put your name down on the Expression of
Interest sheet
 We will be in contact in early 2014
Thanks for attending!
www.safetyandquality.health.wa.gov.au/
pointprevalencesurvey

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