CityU Workshop Series -
Building Effective Nursing Handover Communication
Improving Patient Safety
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About the Project
This material/event is funded by the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
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About the Training Workshop
A 4-hour communication education and training programme with a focus on better logical sequence in transferring patients’ information (iSBAR) and to enhance quality of interaction for patient safety (iCARE-team) at clinical handover for nursing staff will be developed, implemented and evaluated.
Our training modules and materials incorporate re-enacted videos of de-identified interactions, role-play simulations and a framework of communication protocols, checklists and practical communication strategies.
The training programme is evidence-based with authentic data from nursing staff, and translates communication theories to impact on actual practice of nursing staff. Selected participating nursing staff’s handover practices at shift-to-shift during clinical routines will be assessed after the training.
All registered nurses in Hong Kong working in different clinical contexts: hospital, clinics.
Dr. Jack PUN
Assistant Professor, Department of English
The City University of Hong Kong
M8091, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre, City University of Hong Kong,18 Tat Hong Ave, Kowloon Tong