Disclosure and Apology after Medical Error and Adverse Events
2-Hour Live Interactive Online Workshop
Faculty of the Institute for Professionalism & Ethical Practice
Boston Children’s Hospital | Harvard Medical School
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
9-11 am EDT (6-8am PDT)
Tuition: $50.00 CE / $25 non-CE
More information: http://ipepweb.org/disclosure-and-apology/
Speaking with patients or their families after a medical error or an adverse medical event is one of the most difficult and emotionally challenging conversations any clinician can have. Handling it well is critical for the patient’s experience, your own resilience, and your institution, too. You can learn to have such a conversation with good preparation, presence and compassion. This workshop will introduce participants to the understanding, ethical underpinnings, best practices, tools, and skills to conduct these difficult conversations. This interactive workshop is led by clinical, ethics and communication faculty of Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Managers and clinicians in adult and pediatric practices: Risk Managers, Safety & Quality Managers, Training Directors, Team & Unit Leaders, Practice Managers, Physicians, Nurses, & Medical Professionals
Via Boston Children’s Hospital OPENPediatrics platform.