Just Culture Training Workshops
A fair, transparent, and consistent system of workplace justice, or just culture, is a foundational component of a robust culture of safety. A just culture shifts the focus from errors and outcomes to system design and behavioral choices. By developing a transparent, fair, and consistent system of workplace justice, organizations can move past a focus on outcomes (severity bias) and blame to learning about the system and human factors that led to the outcome. NCPS offers in-person Just Culture training for healthcare leaders in a variety of formats using the Outcome Engenuity curriculum.
NCPS offers customized Just Culture training for healthcare leaders in a variety of formats, including:
- Two-hour Introduction/Overview
- Half-day Workshop
- Full-day Workshop
For more information about conducting Just Culture training for your organization, contact Emily Barr, NCPS Executive Director via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 402.559.8421 or by emailing email@example.com.
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The 2018 fatal medication error by a Vanderbilt University RN, RaDonda Vaught, highlights the need for the establishment of Just Culture in healthcare organizations. The event summary found here, authored by NCPS Board President Katherine Jones, PT, PhD, sequences the events which are a part of the public record and makes the case for establishing Just Culture in all healthcare settings.