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Resilience and precarious success: How human adaptation keeps patients safe
Mary D. Patterson, M.D., M.Ed., speaks on how human adaptation keeps patients safe during this Grand Rounds talk.
Mary D. Patterson, M.D., M.Ed.
Associate Vice Chair, Medical Education
Research in Simulation & Children’s Academy of Pediatric Educators (CAPE)
Attendees of this session will be able to:
- Describe the roles of Safety I, Safety II in Patient Safety
- Recognize the ways in which humans make use of system capabilities and proactively mitigate the effects of system limits in the quest to improve the healthcare delivered to patients.
- Describe the four primary activities of resilience engineering
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