Afternoon meeting about risk situation medicines

Do you know what to do? Get inspired by good practices from both primary and secondary care

7. Oct 2021

1 day event

Danish

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Seven types pharmaceuticals are again and again reported to be involved in severe unintended incidents. It is clear from the reports that the unintended incidents happen in certain risk-situations.

At this meeting physicians, nurses, pharmaconomists – from both primary and secondary sector – will present how they have improved patient safety and reduced the risk of errors, by focusing on workflows and handling of the seven risk-situation-pharmaceuticals.

The meeting is arranged by Danish Patient Safety Authority and Medicin.dk – the two organisations behind the campaign STOP THINK CHECK.
STOP THINK CHECK was launched in 2019 and focuses on handling of the seven risk-situation-pharmaceuticals.

Key words

  • Risk situation medicines
  • Medicine safety
  • Patient safety
  • Patient safety incidents
  • Stop Think Check


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    Course leader(s) & Lecturers

    • Sara Elgaard Frantzen
      Lecturer
      Tværgående farmakonom
      Halsnæs Kommune
    • Susan Jørgensen
      Lecturer
      CEO
      KvaliCare ApS
    • Birgitte Klindt Poulsen
      Lecturer
      Ledende overlæge
      Region Nordjylland
    • Susse Skalsted Rasmussen
      Lecturer
      Nurse
      Gentofte Hospital
    • Sussi Jacobsen
      Lecturer
      KAM
      UNKNOWN
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    IS THIS meeting FOR YOU?

    This meeting is for healthcare professionals who want to learn how to minimise patient safety incidents with the seven risk situation medicines. You probably work as a developmental or project nurse with responsibilities for administering medications.

    What you will learn

    1. Insights into projects that have succeeded in reducing errors with the seven risk situation medicines, e.g. methotrexate and insulin
    2. Insights into different angles that can contribute to increased medication safety, e.g. new forms of communication in cross-sectoral collaboration
    3. Concrete tools you can use in your daily tasks
    4. Knowledge of how your patient safety incident-reports will be used in future alerts

    Speakers

    1. Sara Elgaard Frantzen, Tværgående farmakonom, Halsnæs Kommune
    2. Susan Jørgensen, Direktør, Kvalicare
    3. Birgitte Klindt Poulsen, Overlæge Klinisk Farmakologisk Enhed, Aalborg Universitetshospital
    4. Sussi Larsen, sygeplejerske, Gentofte Hospital
    5. Susse Skalsted Rasmussen, sygeplejerske, Gentofte Hospital
    6. Sønderborg Kommune and Sønderborg Sygehus

    Calendar

    7. Oct 2021 15:00-17:00

    Preliminary programme


    • Welcome /by the Danish Patient Safety Authority and Medicin.dk.
    • Why is working with medication safety so essential? And how are your patient safety incident reports used? By Birgitte Klindt Poulsen, specialist in clinical pharmacology.
    • Safe handling of methotrexate – examples of best practices.
    • Medication safety across sectors: Hear how Sønderborg Hospital and Sønderborg Municipality have focused on cross-sectoral collaboration and achieved concrete improvement.
    • In Halsnæs Municipality, they excel at insulin control. See what they do, and how it has led to improvement of patient safety.
    • Kvalicare creates e-learning for healthcare professionals – and now they have put special focus on five of the seven high-risk medicines.
    Practical information

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    Registration

    Registration deadline
    7. Oct 2021
    Life Science Huset
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
    Sometimes things change. This is the expected programme.

    Course leader(s)

    Lecturers

    Sara Elgaard Frantzen
    Tværgående farmakonom
    Halsnæs Kommune
    Susan Jørgensen
    CEO
    KvaliCare ApS
    Birgitte Klindt Poulsen
    Ledende overlæge
    Region Nordjylland
    Susse Skalsted Rasmussen
    Nurse
    Gentofte Hospital
    Sussi Jacobsen
    KAM
    UNKNOWN

    WANT TO Know more or need help?

    Contact Client Manager Birger Flinthagen at +45 39 15 09 06