The Librarian’s Role in FMEA: A KM Opportunity (Recording from 1/29/14)

  • 04 Mar 2014
  • 31 Dec 2014
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Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is a method used by hospital quality improvement staff to identify and prevent failure before it occurs. The aim is to increase the safety of a clinical process. They ask where a process can go wrong,and the effects and causes of those failures. For the most serious among them, steps are redesigned to avoid the identified pitfalls.

Librarians' skills in managing information and knowledge can help the FMEA process. This practical webinar covers the basic steps in an FMEA, and for each, shows where the librarian's skills can help assure success.

This is a recording of a webinar that was led by Jeannine Cyr Gluck, Director of the Library at Eastern Connecticut Health Network, Manchester, CT in late January 2014  Details on viewing the webinar will be e-mailed following registration.
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