Qlicksmart Webinars and Talks
Qlicksmart provides webinars for healthcare providers worldwide. These online discussions focus on sharps safety and how to keep your staff and patients safe. These can be used to enhance learning programs regarding safety concepts, and to provide purchasing departments with background information on regulatory and clinical safety requirements.
The Impact of Staff Safety on Patient Safety – NCPDI Session
This webinar will cover the history behind the push for patient safety, the relationship between staff safety measures and patient outcomes, and what practical actions can be taken by clinicians and healthcare organisations to improve safety for both staff and patients.
To access this and other CPD Sessions from NCPDI, please click here: https://www.ncpdi.com.au/cpd-public.aspx?view=search&k=impact+staff+safety
Panel Discussion – Changing Cultural Patterns and Overcoming Resistance to Change
Allan F Brack talks with clinicians, nurses, and health safety experts regarding safety in the operating room. Learn about what’s happening in the OR and what to do so you don’t become another statistic.
Sharps Injury – Risks and Prevention Strategies
In this session you will: Understand the risks and consequences of sharps injuries. Examine the common reasons why staff safety can be neglected within healthcare facilities. Review the current Australian regulations and standards mandating sharps safety. Explore sharps injury prevention strategies using the Hierarchy of Controls and apply them to clinical practice. Presented by Dr. Michael Sinnott.
Innovations in Sharps Safety Management for Surgical Technologists
In this webinar presenter Allan F. Brack will highlight the latest innovations in sharps safety management as well as give practical tips on preventing exposure; risk assessment; managing blood exposure incidents; and what to do when you accidentally get cut while handling sharps.
Sharps Safety Webinar with Podiatrists
Dr. Michael Sinnott delivered an online presentation regarding sharps safety to a group of Australian podiatrists. By preventing injuries, a medical establishment is likely to make staff and patients feel safer, increase moral and productivity, and save money that would have otherwise been spent in the case of an injury.