With the launch of the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF), trusts will be required to move away from reactive and hard-to-define thresholds for serious incidents, and instead adopt a proactive approach to learning when things go wrong. One of the methods the framework will recommend to further enhance post-incident learning is After Action Review (AAR).
AAR drives a different and more impactful type of learning to the traditional passive experiences of clinical investigations which are done to staff, whereas AARs are done with and by staff.
So what does this mean for you and your teams and how can you create organisational readiness to prepare for transition?
Join this this free webinar on 15 August from 11am-12pm and hear from our expert panellists to:
- Get an update on the implementation of PSIRF and develop more insight on what to expect over the next few months
- Understand what AAR is and understand why it makes such a valuable contribution to improving safety
- Learn how you and your teams can prepare to use AAR effectively
- Shift your thinking around how to create a culture of continuous improvement by assessing the impact of your learning and actions
- Understand the impact AAR will have on team performance and agility