Below 10,000 Medical
Surgery Stat! The Game
Fatigue: An Organisational Policy
Fatigue ACORN References
Fatigue Mitigation Frameworks
Executive Level Recommendations 1
NUM's Role in Fatigue Management
Tectonic Plate Tetris Workload Theory
High Performance Health Care Teams
Antus Benner psychologica
Human Factors Study
The Art of BTT
BTT Honour Roll
BTTM Brag Board
Steve Bolsin's Letter of Recommendation
Dr Amutha Samuel's Recommendation
February 15, 2018
I was talking to John Gibbs yesterday.
It seems that he and Rob Tomlinson are of exactly the same mind:
That the one thing missing from the Surgical Safety Checklist is the ability to call the team together - a 'stop, look and listen' motif with universal application.
An operating theatre team is actually several teams within a team.
All have their own roles, skills and goals to execute.
Each team sets off individually in pursuit of their respective outcomes and together phenomenal things are achieved.
There is one point at which the whole team must come together.
As boring and repetitive as the checklist may be, patient safety depends on it.
As independent and autonomous as surgeons, anaesthetists and nurses are, they MUST be inclusive at this sentinel moment.
Who needs 'Below Ten Thousand'?
I'd say they surely do.
And John Gibbs, Suzanne Salafia-Rogan and Rob Tomlinson are just the people to sell it to them.
Patient Safety Learning Awards
September 27, 2018
October 18, 2015
Letter to John Gibbs
October 17, 2018
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