2 days Workshop | SYSTEMATIC INCIDENT PREVENTION AND CONTROL METHOD – The FMEA for Healthcare

Introduction

Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) is a proactive tool, technique and quality method that enables the identification and prevention of process or product errors before they occur. FMEA can help identify and eliminate concerns early in the development of a process or new service delivery. FMEA is a systematic way to examine a process prospectively for possible ways in which failure can occur, and then to redesign the process so that the new model eliminates the possibility of failure.

Who Should Attend

Clinical professionals, physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, Quality & Safety and other supporting professionals

Date and Time:

Sundays 7, 14 August 2021

09:30 – 17:30

Objectives

  • To provide a comprehensive coverage of FMEA techniques and exercises that enable the participants grasp the essential skills of this proactive safety management approach.
  • To share practical valuable experience with successful examples in Hong Kong Healthcare sectors

Contents

  1. Select a high-risk process and assemble a team
  2. Exercise
  3. Diagram the process
  4. Exercise
  5. Brainstorm potential failure modes of the Critical Factors
  6. Estimate the severity of the failure
  7. Estimate the probability of occurrence
  8. Estimate the probability of detection
  9. Calculate the risk priority number
  10. Prioritize failure modes
  11. Exercise
  12. Identify contributing factors of failure modes – current control methods
  13. Case Examples
  14. Redesign process
  15. Exercise
  16. Control plan
  17. Analyse and test the new process
  18. Implement and monitor the improved process
  19. Presentation

Certificate

A certificate in “SYSTEMATIC INCIDENT PREVENTION AND CONTROL METHOD – The FMEA for Healthcare” will be awarded upon completion of a group assignment

Language

Cantonese with English terminologies (with presentation slides in English)

Mode of Learning

Classroom lecture, discussions, group exercises, case studies

Venue

1627 Star House,Middle Block, Star House,3 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui,Hong Kong

Fee

HK$3,980/participant

10% off – payment 2-week in advance

15% off – 3 or above from the same organization

Speakers

Ms Joyce CHAN

Ms Chan has over 8 years’ solid experiences on quality and safety practice in healthcare industries to support various managerial level ranging from top executive to line manager to develop improvement solutions by identifying the challenges and the need of changes. Joyce has proven history on project coordination from planning stage, to execution and evaluation by quantitative outcome.

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