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Specialties ยป Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety (ONQS)


All Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety keywords

ONQS (Code 28)

Accountable human error (at risk, reckless, intentional harm)
Adverse events and event reporting
Assessment strategies
Benchmarking
Blameless human error (inadvertent)
Care transitions
Clinical practice guidelines in obstetrical and neonatal care
Data collection strategies (Process tools, Huddle tools, Trigger tools & Chart review)
Data on key quality indicators (i.e., benchmarking/accountability)
Data standardization and retrieval
Debriefing
Difference between quality improvement projects and research
Dimensions of quality (Donabedian)
Domains of quality
Elements of effective disclosure
Errors and Risk reduction strategies (i.e., Bundles, Checklists, Flow sheets, Barcodes)
Ethical principles (Fairness, truthfulness, justice, beneficence, nonmaleficence, autonomy)
Gap analysis
Goal statements (i.e., specific, measurable, achievable)
Handoffs
Human factors that impact the work environment
Human psychology and cognition
I-PASS
Identification of waste
Improvement process
Improvement tracking (i.e., Data definitions, Data collection, Analysis)
Incident/safety reports
Institutional processes (Regulatory, Certifications, Accreditation & Peer-review)
Interplay between costs, quality and value
Leadership
Legal/statutory and national quality and safety standards in obstetrical and neonatal care
Mentoring
Methodologies of data display
Methods for determining human resource needs
Metrics
Models for improvement (i.e., PDSA/PDCA, Improve, Six sigma, Lean)
Opportunities for improvement
Organizational culture (Culture & Just culture)
Outcomes and performance improvement (i.e., Run charts, Control charts)
Participation and shared decision making
Principles of simulation (Unit drills, Simulated care processes)
Project team formation and dynamics
Psychological harm experience by the patient and second victims
QNS data to various stakeholders (i.e., Annual reports, publication, public reporting)
Quality and safety principles and terminology
Quality assurance versus quality improvement
Quality versus safety
Risk adjustment
Safety climate
SBAR
Standardization of EMR
Standardized communication
Steps in project sustainability (i.e., Communication, Reporting, Ongoing ownership)
Structural design standards (i.e., Resource placement, Signage)
System error
System goals
Systems thinking
Team development
Technology in quality improvements
Threats to implementation and sustainability (i.e., Competing priorities, Project fatigue, Knowledge degradation)
Types of error
Types of metrics (i.e., outcome, process, structure, access)