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Title: Empowering Public Health Patient Safety Outreach through Community Partnerships PPECA II


1
  • Empowering Public Health / Patient Safety
    Outreach through Community Partnerships (PPECA
    II)
  • Train-the-Trainer

2
Video
  • Lindas Story
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?v-fWOmfpa3n8

3
Collaborators
  • University of Iowa Academic Medical Center
  • Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
  • University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
  • Patients Library
  • Clinical Quality Safety Performance Improvement
  • College of Public Health
  • Institute for Quality Healthcare
  • Zipperer Project Management
  • Consumers Advancing Patient Safety

4
Agenda
  • Meet your neighbor
  • Demonstrate critique a patient safety program
    for consumers
  • Review steps to take for presenting a patient
    safety program
  • Critique a marketing brochure
  • Evaluation

5
Vision
  • Informed and active consumers can improve their
    safety as a patient or as a patients
    representative.
  • PPECA is the first model for building patient
    safety awareness for consumers through community
    partnerships involving a public library and a
    healthcare institution.

6
Connecting Iowans
  • Who is here today?
  • What was your primary reason for attending?
  • What one thing do you hope to come away with?

7
Objectives
  • Participants will gain
  • Baseline knowledge on patient safety for
    consumers
  • Importance of establishing community partnerships
  • Foundation for creating your own community
    patient safety event

8
Patient Safety Public Health
  • Patient safety is a public health issue
  • Local, national, international problem
  • Consumers now seen as partners in their
    healthcare
  • PPECA is a model for community learning through
    partnerships with consumers, healthcare
    professionals and librarians

9
Collective Effort
  • Networking at the community level helps build a
    sense of trust for consumers
  • Partnering with a range of players and
    perspectives is very effective in collaborating
    and finding solutions

10
Healthcare Organizations
  • Provides expertise about a health care system and
    its complexities
  • Demonstrates that the hospital and other
    healthcare colleagues are community advocates for
    patient safety awareness
  • Provides direct access for consumers to
    practitioners before becoming a patient.

Guide page 9-11
11
Libraries
  • Provides expertise on how to find quality
    information that can help patients contribute to
    their safety and healthcare
  • Experience providing educational programs on
    topics of interest to their communities
  • Provides a comfortable environment for learning

Guide page 9-11
12
Consumers
  • Provides expertise based on experience with
    medical error
  • Reinforces role of consumer as a partner in
    improving safety of care
  • Demonstrates how to effectively communicate to
    consumers
  • Provides empathy of experiencing the system as a
    patient

Guide page 9-11
13
Program Presentation
  • Module 1 / Roxanne Goeltz
  • Recorded May 2005 / Skokie, IL
  • Module 2 / Mary K Brooks, RN
  • University of Iowa Health Center (UIHC)
  • Module 3 / Chris Childs
  • UI Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
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