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Safety & Quality Leadership Summit

May 13 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

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Agenda

9:00 am Welcome & WSHA Overview Darcy Jaffe
9:15 am Safety Story TBD
9:30 am The 5 Focus Measures of NWSQP Safety & Quality Member Champions
Health Equity – Diagnostic Excellence – Opioid Stewardship – Leader Resilience – Workplace Violence
10:45 am Psychological Safety and Just Culture David Marx
David Marx will talk about the tension in creating an environment of psychological safety while also creating a “just” workplace culture.  How can we create open learning?  How can we remove fear?  Yet, simultaneously, how do we ensure personal accountability for executives, managers, and staff.  Drawing upon the contemporary topics of patient safety, COVID-19, and racial/gender discrimination, David will lead a thought-provoking discussion on a path forward for corporate culture.
Q&A – Discussion Groups
11:30 am The Board’s Role in Leading a Culture of Psychological Safety & Workplace Justice David Marx
Q&A – Discussion Groups
12:15 pm Closing Remarks Cassie Sauer


Featured Speaker


  • David Marx is a true pioneer in the internationally recognized safety practice of Just Culture. He draws on experience that spans more than two decades of examining laws, regulations, and industry practices to help lawmakers, regulatory authorities, and organizational leaders fulfill their responsibilities to produce safer outcomes. Marx currently leads Outcome Engenuity in the development and implementation of values supportive practices and culture within high consequence organizations.

Details

Date:
May 13
Time:
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Event Category:
Registration Link:
https://wshaconnect.wsha.org/events/Pages/2021-virtual-reg-login.aspx

Venue

Virtual Event – Zoom

Organizers

Valerie Aussem
Cat Mazzawy

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Washington State Hospital Association
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Suite 1400
Seattle, WA 98104

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