The Cases I wish I could forget” Learning from our mistakes - Perfusion
The Cases I wish I could forget” Learning from our mistakes - Perfusion

The Cases I wish I could forget” Learning from our mistakes - Perfusion

  • Faculty: Program director Joseph Basha, CCP
  • Date: August 6th, 2020 9:00 am
  • CEU’s: 1.4 CEUs
  • Price: $21
  • Category 1 SDCE CEU
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Course description

There exists a phrase every perfusion student learns: "Those that have and those that will." 

After over 40 years of clinical practice, Joe Basha, CCP discusses some of his most memorable cases where mistakes were made 
and what lessons were learned that made Joe a better perfusionist. 

Learning from Our Mistakes: Critical Incidents in Perfusion

Course Description:

Dive deep into the world of perfusion through a critical lens in our compelling course, "Learning from Our Mistakes: Critical Incidents in Perfusion." This educational experience is tailored for perfusionists and healthcare professionals seeking to enhance their understanding of the complex challenges and pivotal decision-making moments that occur in the operating room. Through an analysis of real-life incidents and near-misses, this course offers invaluable lessons on improving patient safety and professional performance.

Course Modules:

  1. Introduction to Critical Incident Analysis:

    • Understand the importance of analyzing mistakes and near-misses in the medical field.
    • Explore the psychological and systemic factors that contribute to errors in perfusion.
  2. Detailed Case Studies:

    • Examine specific cases where critical errors occurred, including the situational background, the error itself, the immediate response, and the long-term lessons learned.
    • Discuss the roles of communication, teamwork, and individual responsibility in preventing and managing errors.
  3. Error Prevention Strategies:

    • Learn about the tools and techniques for error prevention, including checklists, standardized protocols, and continuous education.
    • Explore the impact of technological advancements on reducing human error in perfusion.
  4. Ethical and Legal Implications:

    • Delve into the ethical considerations and legal consequences of critical incidents in perfusion.
    • Understand the importance of transparency and accountability in healthcare.
  5. Building a Culture of Safety:

    • Discuss how to foster a culture that encourages reporting and learning from mistakes.
    • Examine the role of leadership in promoting safety and resilience among healthcare teams.

Course Insights:

  • Interactive Learning: Engage with interactive content including simulated scenarios that challenge you to respond to unfolding critical incidents.
  • Expert Testimonials: Hear from seasoned perfusionists and healthcare experts who share their personal experiences and the lessons they've learned from critical incidents.
  • Comprehensive Resources: Access a wealth of resources including articles, guidelines, and tools to further enhance your learning and application of course material.

Learning Outcomes:

Participants will leave the course equipped to:

  • Recognize and analyze the factors that lead to critical incidents in perfusion.
  • Implement effective strategies to prevent errors and enhance patient safety.
  • Foster a professional environment that values continuous learning and improvement.

Enroll Today:

Join "Learning from Our Mistakes: Critical Incidents in Perfusion" to gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics that lead to medical errors and how to prevent them. Enhance your skills, increase your awareness, and contribute to safer healthcare practices. This course is a must for any perfusionist committed to excellence and safety in their practice.

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Meet Your Instructor

Program director Joseph Basha, CCP

Program director Joseph Basha, CCP

Joseph has been a practicing clinical perfusionist for 40 years. Joseph is the CEO of Houston Extracorporeal Technologies and is the program director of The New Orleans Conference

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