To help manufacturers and distributors to develop appropriate plans, CHPSO has been asked to develop an advisory council of those who frequently use neuraxial devices for fluid injection or withdrawal, such as anesthesiologists, neurologists and oncologists; and others involved in the medication and procurement process, such as pharmacists and materials managers. One product of this advisory council will be FAQs for hospitals and core messages for practitioners.
As this is an international effort, volunteers are welcome from any location world-wide.
For details, or to express interest in joining the council, contact Rory Jaffe at email@example.com.
Innovation results in new ideas, designs, procedures, technologies and more. It can provide the means to be more efficient, accurate and effective, helping to improve our performance as care providers.
May 11, 2015 - May 13, 2015July 13, 2015 - July 17, 2015
These Human Factors and Patient Safety courses are designed to provide an understanding of human factors and systems engineering (HFE). HFE can improve system performance and safety, prevent harm when error does occur, help systems recover from error and mitigate further harm. In addition to didactic lectures, the course is organized with active participation, allowing for participants to apply HFE concepts and techniques.