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Presentations from the special one-day workshop with Jeanne M. Huddleston

13 Dec 2021

In partnership with the Health Roundtable, the Health Quality & Safety Commission hosted Associate Professor Jeanne M. Huddleston from the Mayo Clinic for a full-day interactive workshop. The topic was 'Improving reliability of systems to detect and rescue deteriorating patients'.

Below are videos of the sessions from Assoc Prof Huddleston.

Session one

Session 1 of the workshop includes:

  • Case study 'failure to rescue (solving an unsolvable problem)
  • Multidisciplinary assessment of our 'failure'

Watch the video here.

Session two

Session 2 of the workshop is a session on failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) report out and survey.

Watch the video here.

Session three

Session 3 of the workshop covers solution design: integration of people, data and the care system.

Watch the video here.

Session four

Session 4 of the workshop includes:

  • design experiment and metrics primer
  • diffusion challenges and strategies
  • case study – detection and rescue of a deteriorating patient.

Watch the video here.

Published: 13 Dec 2021 Modified: 13 Dec 2021