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Patient Safety Program - Briefs and Huddles Toolkit
Developed by the U.S. Department of Defense Military Health System, the Briefs and Huddles Toolkit provides facilitation guidelines for planning events taking place before a case (e.g. operation, procedure), a shift, an office visit, or some event which are called briefs, or facilitating huddles, which are team-based events for problem solving and action planning. The toolkit contains everything needed to implement briefs and huddles in a healthcare organization.
Patient Safety Program - Debriefs Toolkit
Developed by the U.S. Department of Defense Military Health System, the Debriefs Toolkit provides guidelines for facilitating retrospective team events to share view of performance and promote opportunities for continuous learning and process improvement. The toolkit is available as several PDFs, Word files, and Windows Media Videos (WMVs), requiring Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word, and Windows Media Player, respectively.
Patient Safety Program - Professional Conduct Toolkit
Developed by the U.S. Department of Defense Military Health System, the toolkit to designed to address disruptive behaviors, poor team effectiveness, and unhealthy environments which can lead to patient safety risk. The toolkit consists of four modules; 1) Professional conduct, teamwork, patient safety, 2) Responding to behaviors undermining patient safety, 3) Role of leaders and system responses, and 4) High-conflict personalities, mental health issues, and safety concerns.
Onboarding Toolkit for HR Professionals
The Onboarding Program at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus was designed to welcome new employees, while actively involving and engaging them with campus culture by orienting, socializing and training them during their first year of employment. Comprehensive onboarding programs have been shown to have lasting positive effects on retention and engagement rates of new employees. This toolkit will help to enhance, or expand an onboarding program in any organization. The toolkit is available as a PDF and requires Adobe Reader to view it.