All right, so we talked about patient
safety and how absolutely huge this is.
So don't forget that the culture of safety is
created through a whole collaboration of a team
to make that patient safe.
We talked about all these different
facets, it was a lot of material,
but hopefully you understand why
it's so important for a patient to be safe.
So there's lots of different risks that should
be identified with a patient's plan of care.
Also, we talked about lots of
those screening tools to help reduce that risk,
and help keep our patients safe.
One of the number one things that
we noted today is how absolutely
tons of falls there can be in the hospital setting.
Can you believe how big that number is?
So unfortunately, that is something that
happens in the acute care setting very commonly
and we definitely want to prevent this.
So we also need to remember that med safety.
Man, I pound this into my nursing students day in day out.
So always remembering those seven
rights of medication administration.
If we develop good habits, we're
going to help keep that patient safe.
And don't forget those serious never events.
They sounded pretty wild, right?
But that stuff actually can happen in healthcare.
So why it's so important? If it does happen,
we've got to report it to the government agency.
So I know it's a lot of material guys.
I want to thank you for your time.
Please know that patient safety is so
very important at the forefront of what we do.
Thank you for your time.