Vanderbilt University Medical Center CPPA Professionalism Course
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The Vanderbilt CPPA course Promoting Professionalism: Addressing Behaviors that Undermine a Culture of Safety, Reliability, and Accountability will be offered on October 16-17, 2015 at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN. The Vanderbilt CPPA course faculty are: Gerald B. Hickson, MD, William O. Cooper, MD, MPH, and Charles E. Reiter, III, JD.

10/16/2015 to 10/17/2015
When: October 16-17, 2016
Where: Vanderbilt Student Life Center
Nashville, Tennessee 
United States

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The Vanderbilt CPPA course Promoting Professionalism: Addressing Behaviors that Undermine a Culture of Safety, Reliability, and Accountability will be offered on October 16-17, 2015 at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN.

The Vanderbilt CPPA course faculty are: Gerald B. Hickson, MD, William O. Cooper, MD, MPH, and Charles E. Reiter, III, JD.

The course is open to physician, medical center, nurse, and legal/risk management leadership who have responsibility for identifying and addressing behaviors that are not consistent with your organization's goals and core values.

The 1.5 day CME course is ideally suited for:

  • Deans, Associate Deans and Assistant Deans
  • VPMAs, CEOs, CMOs, CNOs
  • Risk Management and general counsel
  • Department Chairs, Vice Chairs, and Division/ Section Chiefs
  • Future leaders/Residents interested in patient safety

After participating in this CME activity, participants should be able to describe and discuss:

  • The relationships between behaviors that undermine a culture of safety and suboptimal outcomes;
  • Identify a range of behaviors that undermine a culture of safety and describe a "professional accountability pyramid";
  • Articulate the essential elements of an organizational infrastructure for addressing behaviors that undermine a culture of safety;
  • Describe the essential elements of three graduated levels of interventions for addressing behaviors that undermine a culture of safety;
  • List pertinent legal precedents about which to be aware before taking action; and
  • Describe a method that may be used for identifying professionals with a pattern of behaviors that undermine a culture of safety.

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Space is limited, so recommend you register soon. We look forward to seeing you Oct 16 & 17

AGENDA:

Friday October 16, 2015

Vanderbilt Student Life Center
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm (with a reception around 5:15 pm)

  • Introduction
  • Skill Training:
    • Cup of Coffee Conversation
  • Infrastructure: Leadership & Policy
  • Why may Leaders be hesitant to act?
  • Legal Foundations

Saturday October 17, 2015

Vanderbilt Student Life Center (breakfast will be served from 7:30 am - 8:00 am, and the program will start promptly at 8:00 am.)
8:00 am - 2:00 pm (one morning break and lunch)

  • Recognizing a pattern
  • Evidence for Effectiveness ("Does any of this work?")
  • Skill Training:
    • Awareness Conversation
  • Organizational Infrastructure for addressing behavior/performance that undermines a Culture of Safety
  • A Call for Clean Hands
  • Disciplinary legal specifics
  • The Project Bundle: determining readiness for an initiative and/or assessing why an ongoing initiative has stalled short of the goal
    • Skill Training:
  • Authority Conversation
  • What type of conversation?
  • Review and epilogue