Incident Mystery Dinner

Sep 13, 2017

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5:00pm
Continuing Education

Details

Come to our “Incident Mystery Dinner” and learn about the power of incident reporting, investigation and learning in solving the great mysteries of radiation therapy! 

 

In this session, offered jointly between the AEP@PM and CPQR, participants will

  • Learn about the value of incident reporting and investigation
  • Use several tools for incident investigation for a real-life incident
  • Be exposed to the power of incident learning and several initiatives underway to facilitate this
  • Review the genesis and roll out plans of the new Canadian accreditation standards for quality in radiation therapy

The event is being held at the esteemed University Club of Toronto – a short walk from the Hilton. This private club is over 100 years old and “is a retreat for members to dine, socialize, pursue intellectual or artistic enlightenment” in the perfect downtown venue (www.universitycluboftoronto.ca). Your $110 ticket purchases you an elegant prix fixe dinner, two beverages, and an evening of learning together. 

At this event, you will take on the role of “incident scene” investigator. A critical incident has taken place and you and your team will be briefed, oriented and set off to solve the mystery of what caused this incident. Using the tools that are presented to you, you will gather information, problem solve and draw conclusions about the various elements that led to this incident. Once each team reports back on their findings, we will conduct a final huddle to identify what we can learn from this kind of activity and discuss possibilities for the future of incident learning.

The schedule is as follows:

5:00 PM

Welcome – Rebecca Wong

5:00  PM - 5:20 PM The Prep Huddle (an overview of the concepts) - Mike Milosevic 

5:20  PM - 5:50 PM

Setting the Scene (introduction to incident investigation and the tools available) - Brian Liszewski/Carol-Anne Davis

5:50 PM - 6:00 PM

Details of the incident scene – Nicole Harnett

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Dinner and mystery investigation - All

7:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Team reports – All

7:30 PM - 8:00 PM Final Huddle – Mike Milosevic, Amanda Caissie, Brian Liszewski, Carol-Anne Davis
8:00 PM Close

RCPS accreditation pending.

You can contact Emily Milne to register or to seek additional information. 

Space is limited so register soon!

Location

University Club of Toronto
380 University Ave
Toronto

Contact

Email emily.milne@rmp.uhn.ca
2017-09-13 21:00:00 2017-09-13 21:00:00 UTC Incident Mystery Dinner Come to our “Incident Mystery Dinner” and learn about the power of incident reporting, investigation and learning in solving the great mysteries of radiation therapy!    In this session, offered jointly between the AEP@PM and CPQR, participants will Learn about the value of incident reporting and investigation Use several tools for incident investigation for a real-life incident Be exposed to the power of incident learning and several initiatives underway to facilitate this Review the genesis and roll out plans of the new Canadian accreditation standards for quality in radiation therapy The event is being held at the esteemed University Club of Toronto – a short walk from the Hilton. This private club is over 100 years old and “is a retreat for members to dine, socialize, pursue intellectual or artistic enlightenment” in the perfect downtown venue (www.universitycluboftoronto.ca). Your $110 ticket purchases you an elegant prix fixe dinner, two beverages, and an evening of learning together.  At this event, you will take on the role of “incident scene” investigator. A critical incident has taken place and you and your team will be briefed, oriented and set off to solve the mystery of what caused this incident. Using the tools that are presented to you, you will gather information, problem solve and draw conclusions about the various elements that led to this incident. Once each team reports back on their findings, we will conduct a final huddle to identify what we can learn from this kind of activity and discuss possibilities for the future of incident learning. The schedule is as follows: 5:00 PM Welcome – Rebecca Wong 5:00  PM - 5:20 PM The Prep Huddle (an overview of the concepts) - Mike Milosevic  5:20  PM - 5:50 PM Setting the Scene (introduction to incident investigation and the tools available) - Brian Liszewski/Carol-Anne Davis 5:50 PM - 6:00 PM Details of the incident scene – Nicole Harnett 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Dinner and mystery investigation - All 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM Team reports – All 7:30 PM - 8:00 PM Final Huddle – Mike Milosevic, Amanda Caissie, Brian Liszewski, Carol-Anne Davis 8:00 PM Close RCPS accreditation pending. You can contact Emily Milne to register or to seek additional information.  Space is limited so register soon! 380 University Ave - University Club of Toronto discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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