Managing Obstetric Risk Efficiently Program

Course providers

3 year commitment

Intended for:
local, interprofessional Birthing Unit Core Team/Obstetrics providers

Accreditation: number of credits will be indicated on certificate of completion

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Format: interprofessional program through funding from BC Reproductive Care Program

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This program is offered through the University Hospital of Northern BC, Prince George, BC

Topics covered:

The MOREOB Program envisions a healthcare environment in which:

  • patient safety is everyone’s first priority
  • there is trust and respect for all healthcare workers
  • effective communication is highly valued
  • the model of care is focused on multidisciplinary collaboration and teamwork
  • reflective learning is an everyday practice
  • tacit and explicit knowledge is shared

Learning objectives:

Goals:
Maintain and apply an evidence-based body of current knowledge

  • perform fundamental skills confidently and automatically
  • manage emergencies in an automatic and well- coordinated fashion
  • communicate and work effectively as a collaborative, interprofessional community of practice in partnership with the patient and the family to promote safe care
  • use interprofessional reflective learning to evaluate processes and outcomes of clinical practice and organizational systems
  • be vigilant, and anticipate potential safety risks
  • modify care practices and organizational systems to reduce safety risks and prevent harm

Procedural skills learned:

Separated into 3 separate modules:

  1. Learning together – increases interprofessional core knowledge in common obstetrics and patient safety topics
  2. Working together – creates value in and from communication, relationships and team function
  3. Changing the culture – locks in the improvements to sustain the team’s performance and prepares them to take on new challenges

Affiliated with:
Northern CME (NCME) – Jane Ritchey – email jane.ritchey@northernhealth.ca or call 250-649-7592
Salus Global
Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC)