2.2 Anticoag Safety in the Doctor’s Office
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
6M ago
Season 2 - Anticoagulation is diving into the safety concerns of anticoagulants across a variety of healthcare environments. This episode explores the care that happens outside the acute care visit. We speak with a primary care physician about the use of anticoagulation, the safety concerns they have, and how those concerns differ from the acute care setting. This is a great follow up that rounds out the first two episodes from a physician perspective.   Visit us at our website at www.amspod.com and send us an e-mail! We'd love to hear from you about topics of interest or burning que ..read more
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2.1 Anticoag Safety in ED and Primary Care Part II
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
7M ago
Season 2 - Anticoagulation is diving into the safety concerns of anticoagulants across a variety of healthcare environments. This episode continues an interview with an expert in direct oral anticoagulants, an Emergency Department physician, who shares some of his concerns along with proven tips for helping us all care safely. The conversation was compelling and rich enough that we had to break it into two episodes for our listeners, and this is the conclusion of that conversation.   Visit us at our website at www.amspod.com and send us an e-mail! We'd love to hear from you about top ..read more
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2.1 Anticoag Safety in ED and Primary Care Part I
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
7M ago
Season 2 - Anticoagulation is diving into the safety concerns of anticoagulants across a variety of healthcare environments. This episode features an interview with an expert in direct oral anticoagulants, an Emergency Department physician, who shares some of his concerns along with proven tips for helping us all care safely. The conversation was compelling and rich enough that we had to break it into two episodes for our listeners.   Disclaimer: The first person narration of safety events is done to preserve the learning power of stories. The safety events discussed are fictional th ..read more
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CC 2.2 Covid Vax Safety Part II
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
7M ago
Controversial Conversations are podcasts exploring the sticky areas in healthcare that may often be viewed as sensitive, controversial, or polarized. We hope these conversations add information and perspective into the conversation in a way that prompts new questions and promotes a wider appreciation of the complexity in healthcare that is around us every day. Resources used include: 2016 Nicholso L, "The Immune system" https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/ws/portalfiles/portal/94167087/275.full.pdf   2020 Seneff S, Nigh G "Worse than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintende ..read more
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CC 2.1 Covid Vax Safety Part I
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
8M ago
Controversial Conversations are podcasts exploring the sticky areas in healthcare that may often be viewed as sensitive, controversial, or polarized. We hope these conversations add information and perspective into the conversation in a way that prompts new questions and promotes a wider appreciation of the complexity in healthcare that is around us every day. Resources used include: 2016 Nicholso L, "The Immune system" https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/ws/portalfiles/portal/94167087/275.full.pdf   2020 Seneff S, Nigh G "Worse than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintende ..read more
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CC 1.0 Healthcare
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
8M ago
Controversial Conversations are podcasts exploring the sticky areas in healthcare that may often be viewed as sensitive, controversial, or polarized. We hope these conversations is add information and perspective into the conversation in a way that prompts new questions and promotes a wider appreciation of the complexity in healthcare that is around us every day. At the end of nearly every episode of Season 1: Opiate Safety, guests provided their thoughts for improving healthcare. In this episode, we've sought out balancing perspectives to answer the same question, and discover where the ..read more
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1.25 Opiates Season End
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
1y ago
The finale to our focus on opiate safety concludes in this episode. This is a summary of the lessons learned, a few new observations, and preparations for the next season. Disclaimer: The first person narration of safety events is done to preserve the learning power of stories. The safety events discussed are fictional though the risks and safety concerns are very real. They are created from over decades from multiple home care, acute care, and long-term care institutions; and gathered from discussion with peers around the world who shared their stories to help others. In no way do these ficti ..read more
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1.24 Complexity in Healthcare
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
1y ago
This episode features a review of a paper by Sidney Dekker featuring the attributes of complex systems, as opposed to simple or complicated systems. We use many stories and examples from healthcare that illustrate these attributes of complexity and, more importantly, the best way to resolve the challenges in a way that helps us care safely. Source Reference: Dekker S, Cilliers P, Hofmeyr J-H "The Complexity of failure: Implications of complexity theory for safety investigations" Safety Science 49 (2011) 939–945 doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2011.01.008 Disclaimer: The first person narration of safety eve ..read more
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1.23 Oncology RPh
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
1y ago
This episode is almost a two-for-one special as our guest is not only an oncology pharmacist but also spent more than a decade working as a respiratory therapist. He brings together a wide range of experience and shares his insights.  Disclaimer: The first person narration of safety events is done to preserve the learning power of stories. The safety events discussed are fictional though the risks and safety concerns are very real. They are created from over decades from multiple home care, acute care, and long-term care institutions; and gathered from discussion with peers around the wor ..read more
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1.22 Todd and Safety Science
Applied Medication Safety
by Michael Van Ornum
1y ago
One of the superstars of safety joins us - Todd Conklin! Author of multiple books including "Pre-Accident Investigations: Better Questions", and co-author with Sidney Dekker, "Do Safety Differently". His approach as a specialist outside of healthcare brings challenging questions. This episode also published on Todd's podcast - well worth listening to - "Pre Accident Investigations" Disclaimer: The first person narration of safety events is done to preserve the learning power of stories. The safety events discussed are fictional though the risks and safety concerns are very real. They are creat ..read more
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