Risk Management: Event Investigation Analysis: Part 1 – Principles Required

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Presented By: Jonathan D. Stewart, J.D., M.s., RN, CEN, CPPS, CPHRM April 2018
April 2018

Throughout 2018, our monthly Safety Series will reinforce the principles built on a foundation of Just Culture. It is essential for those on their journey to understand key aspects of human factors and cognition. This series will reinforce effective communication skills, system design and human factor science, define and differentiate manageable behaviors and teach skills that will improve event analysis in your organizations. The Just Culture process will be applied to real case scenarios through various interactive sessions.

In a fair and just culture, personnel decisions are based on sound investigations and analyses of events. This month’s webinar draws upon the fields of human resources and human factors accident investigation to present a systematic approach to event investigation and analysis within a culture of justice and accountability.


  • Identify when an event warrants investigation within a just culture
  • Describe the informaton needed to analyze adverse events and the best sources of that information
  • Plan investigations into adverse events that will inform fair and just personnel actions


Your entire healthcare team will benefit from this session so please be sure to tune in.


For Just Culture inquiries, please contact your Risk Director/Employee Safety Manager at (925) 838-6070 or riskmgmt@betahg.com.

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