Workshop on Patient Safety and Quality Care in Nursing in Tbilisi

Program Date

14 Oct 18 Oct 2024

Program Location

Tbilisi, Georgia

Program Venue

Regus Tbilisi - Vazha Pshavela

Registration & Payment Deadline

31 Aug 2024

Program Overview

Patient safety and quality care is embedded as firm priority in most healthcare systems worldwide. As evidence suggests, many healthcare organizations and workers around the world lack adequate resources, knowledge and skills that are crucial to meet the demands of modern health environment. Implementing safer practices contributes to safeguarding patient lives and reducing health care costs.

This program has been designed to help healthcare institutions generate well-educated professionals that have comprehensive understanding of safe clinical practices along with the principles and concepts of quality care.  Through this course, Risalat puts particular emphasis on performance improvement by targeting the individual needs of your organization and tailoring specific viable solutions to each and every challenge you might be facing.

Target Audience

Workshop on Patient Safety and Quality Care in Nursing in Tbilisi, Georgia is the best suit for:

  • Officials from the Ministries of Health
  • Healthcare managers
  • Hospital Leaders
  • Heads of Nurses and Nurses
  • Heads of Health Care Associations
  • Patient Care Providers
  • Professors and Lecturers of Patient Safety and Quality Care.

Program Objectives

Upon the successful completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Act as leaders in ensuring high quality patient care
  • Demonstrate Comprehensive Understanding of Principles and Methodologies applied in Patient Safety and Quality Care
  • Reduce the potential risks of known high-risk processes and deliver safe services to patients
  • Employ the range of tools, solutions and strategies to improve patient safety
  • Comprehend the characteristics of health systems and the impact of complexity on patient care.

Program Contents

First Day

  • Patient Safety
  • National Patient Safety Training Goals and Initiatives
  • Common Medical Errors
  • Sentinel-Event Reporting
  • Error Analysis and Reporting
  • Continual Improvement: Planning and Doing
  • Reducing Medication Errors
  • Introduction to Medication Errors and Statistics
  • Review of Common Types of Medication Errors
  • Recommendations for Reducing Medication Errors.

Second Day

  • Important Elements of Medication Management Policies and Procedures
  • Role of Nurses in Medication Error Prevention
  • Role of Patient Education in Medication Error Reduction
  • Tips to Reduce Medication Errors
  • Bioterrorism and Disaster Preparation
  • Environment of Care (EoC)
  • How EoC Affected by Disasters
  • Requirements for A Disaster/Emergency Plan.

 Third Day

  • Infection Control
  • Transmission of Infectious Organisms
  • The Four Conditions That Must Exist for an Infection to Spread
  • Risk Reduction Required by Joint Commission Standards
  • Infection Control during Construction Projects
  • Bloodborne Pathogens: Transmission, Control and Examples
  • Hepatitis B and C and HIV
  • Airborne Pathogens: Transmission, Control and Examples
  • Tuberculosis and Influenza
  • Control through Use of Standard Precautions
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment.

Fourth Day

  • Organizational Performance Improvement
  • Importance of Performance Improvement
  • The PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) Performance Improvement Model
  • Other Performance Improvement Models and Samples of Measurement Tools
  • Sample Performance Improvement Projects
  • Competency for Quality Care
  • Joint Commission Competency Standards
  • Working with Diverse Patient Populations
  • Addressing Communication Barriers
  • Competency Requirements for Delivering Appropriate Age-Related Healthcare.

Fifth Day

  • Dealing with Emotional and Psychologically Disturbed Patients
  • Technical Competence in Use and Maintenance of Equipment
  • Ongoing Competency Training and Assessment
  • Patient Rights
  • Patient Education
  • The Role of Patient Education in Improving Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction
  • Teaching Topics, Including Patient Rights and Responsibilities, Disease-Specific Education and Support
  • Assessment of Individual Patient Education Needs and Potential Barriers
  • Documentation for Quality Care
  • Best Practices for Medical Documentation
  • Review of Joint Commission Standards of Documentation.

Program Methodology

Workshop on Patient Safety and Quality Care in Nursing in Tbilisi, Georgia is highly interactive and deliverable oriented. Most of the session time will be dedicated to the practical application of the material covered. Theoretical studies will be enriched with group discussions, case studies, scenario analysis and individual assignments. Field visits are the essential part of the entire program, allowing the delegates to share the knowledge and experience of colleagues operating within the same field, as well as observe the local practices of the host organization in the real time.

Program Fee

Payment Options

Fee Covers

  • Visa Assistance (complimentary)

  • Participant Assessment

  • Airport Pickup

  • Accommodation

  • Wi-Fi

  • Welcome Dinner

  • Breakfast

  • Workshop Kit

  • Program Materials

  • Program Experts

  • Practical Activities

  • Lunch

  • Refreshments

  • Interactive workshop

  • City Map & Direction

  • Risalat T-shirt (complimentary)

  • Field Visit

  • Program Certificate

  • Entertaining Tour

  • Program Report