|Dates:||Monday, September 17 - Monday, November 5 2012 and Monday, January 14, 2013|
|Location:||Longueuil - Metro station - room to be confirmed|
|Rate:||$600 (plus tax) per person, including teaching materials|
|Registration:||Download the form|
What does the quality and safety of care and services in the health care system mean, exactly? How can we best evaluate the quality of care and the risks involved in various treatments? Which tools and methods are appropriate for different situations and what are the pros and cons of each?
This module offers health care management teams a brand new results-oriented course that leads to concrete application in the workplace. . In addition to incorporating key concepts in managing quality, efficiency and safety, participants will:
|1||Learn to use new tools to analyse, measure and improve quality;|
|2||Develop a concrete project in their workplace and put it to the test of the training;|
|3||Transfer their new knowledge to their teams with a view to greater empowerment.|
This course is designed for teams of managers (minimum three people per establishment) who are in charge of a quality project or a merger of client groups or programs in their establishment. People involved in quality management activities but not in charge of them will also benefit, provided they have influence within the project and the ability to take action.
DAY • 1 • Monday September 17, 2012
DAY • 2 • Monday November 5, 2012
DAY • 3 • Monday January 14, 2013
MARIE-PASCALE POMEY, M. Sc., MD, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, Department of Health Administration, Faculty of Medicine, Université de Montréal
Marie-Pascale Pomey specializes in public health, particularly quality management and health policy analysis. She has participated in revising company manuals on governance and management for health care establishments in France and Canada. She is currently in charge of the master's program in quality and risk management (QUÉOPS-i) being offered at Université de Montréal in partnership with École des hautes études en santé publique (EHESP) in Rennes, France. She is also a consultant in care and service quality at the Institut National d'Excellence en Santé et Services Sociaux (INESSS).
Emanuel Settecasi, M. Sc.
Organizational Quality and Safety Consultant
Emanuel Settecasi has been an organizational quality and safety consultant at the Nord de Lanaudière Health and Social Services Centre since 2004. Over the course of his career, he has held various positions in medical biology at three different hospitals in the province. A medical technologist by training, he is also certified by the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science as an Advanced Registered Technologist (ART) in microbiology. In 2008, he was awarded the title of Fellow Medical Technologist. In 2010, Emanuel Settecasi completed a graduate program in administration de la santé option gestion de la qualité (QUEOPSI) and was certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt and he is currently working towards Lean Master certification.