Insulin Safety in Community Pharmacy: Webinar 2 SEIPS – the Swiss army knife of human factors

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  • Insulin Safety Part 2 : SEIPS
     October 19, 2022
     7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Aim of series: to promote a  systematic approach which explores how preventable harm can be reduced by well understood and designed systems and practices, focusing on the high risk medicine insulin; Creating a fresh perspective and learning opportunity that can be applied and adopted across any area of community pharmacy

Part 2: SEIPS – The Swiss Army Knife of Human Factors

SEIPS (Systems Engineering Initiative for Patient Safety) is arguably the best known and most published systems-based Human Factors framework in health care worldwide. We will apply SEIPS to an insulin dispensing incident to understand the interacting system factors and how this can be used to guide areas for improvement.

Learning Outcomes

Be able to:

  • Understand the principles of the SEIPS framework. Specifically: what is meant by process and what is meant by interactions.
  • Describe the components of the SEIPS framework and demonstrate understanding of how interactions influence care processes and contribute to system outcomes.
  • Apply the SEIPS framework to an insulin dispensing incident.
  • Based on the outputs of the SEIPS modelling, identify areas for improvement of the insulin dispensing work system.
  • Identify additional development needs to undertake a SEIPS analysis.

When: Wednesday 19 October, 7.00 – 9.00pm

Where: Zoom

Admission is strictly by registration only.

Who is the event for?

All members of the community pharmacy team who play a part in the safe supply
of medicines to patients
• pharmacists and foundation trainee pharmacists
• pharmacy technicians and assistants
• owners and superintendents
• medicines safety leads

Please note you must have attended Part 1 Human Factors – A Journey of Discovery or watched the recorded webinar to meaningfully participate in this event.

Watch Part 1 here>

Zoom link and log in details will be emailed to delegates 24 hours prior to the event.

If you have not received the login details in advance, contact Sharon Bell m. 07951 044876  (please check your junk email in the first instance).

Future Webinars

  • Webinar 3: Series summary and applying the learning – Thursday 17 November 2022