JCR publishes updated editions of The Essential Guide for Patient Safety Officers and Practice-Based Learning and Improvement
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(Oak Brook, Ill.) Joint Commission Resources (JCR), a not-for-profit affiliate of The Joint Commission, announces the publication of “The Essential Guide for Patient Safety Officers, Second Edition” and “Practice-Based Learning and Improvement: A Clinical Improvement Action Guide, Third Edition.” Both books provide a conceptual framework for implementing strategies and tools that health care organizations can use to integrate a culture of quality and safety into their patient care.
Co-published with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), “The Essential Guide for Patient Safety Officers, Second Edition,” provides a road map to enable health care organizations to create the necessary strategy, structure, environment and metrics to improve the safety and reliability of the care they provide. Written for patient safety leaders, other senior leaders, clinicians, change agents and health care professionals, this updated edition of a JCR best seller offers real-life guidance and lessons learned from organizations that have made keeping patients safe their priority. The book was edited by Michael Leonard, M.D.; Allan Frankel, M.D.; Frank Federico, R.Ph.; Karen Frush, B.S.N., M.D.; and Carol Haraden, Ph.D, longtime experts in patient safety. It features a foreword by Gary S. Kaplan, M.D., chairman and CEO of Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington.
In “Practice-Based Learning and Improvement: A Clinical Improvement Action Guide, Third Edition,” leading experts provide proven methods for integrating the core competency of practice-based learning and improvement (PBLI) into the daily clinical work of health care organizations. The book offers a conceptual framework and practical tools to assist all staff across an organization in achieving goals for better clinical outcomes, better system performance, and better professional training and development. Featuring exercises and case studies designed to help readers make meaningful changes for improvement in their daily work, the book was edited by Mark E. Splaine, M.D., M.S.; Mary A. Dolansky, Ph.D., RN; Carlos E. Estrada, M.D., M.S.; and Patricia A. Patrician, Ph.D., RN, F.A.A.N. It also features a foreword by Shirley M. Moore, Ph.D., RN, F.A.A.N., and an afterword by Paul B. Batalden, M.D.
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