British Columbia Patient Safety & Learning System (BC PSLS): Actions
The British Columbia Patient Safety & Learning System (BC PSLS) is a web-based tool used by healthcare providers across BC to report and learn from patient safety concerns such as actual adverse events, good catches (near misses) and hazards.
BC PSLS helps healthcare providers, leaders, and others to collect and analyze information that is crucial for patient safety and quality improvement. BC PSLS is in use across all BC health authorities in all care settings.
BC PSLS Handlers (and others responsible for safety event follow-up activities) can use ‘Actions’ to assign and track tasks for safety events that have been reported in BC PSLS. Assigning Actions can help healthcare leaders to manage the safety event follow-up process, including the ability to track completion of any corrective measures after the event review is complete.
This eLearning module will teach you how to create, assign and track Actions in BC PSLS.
|From Nov 21, 2017 to Feb 18, 2018|
BC PSLS Handlers and others responsible for safety event follow-up
The BC PSLS Coordinator at your Health Authority