Conflict Resolution at #TPSER8

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Shelly Dierking is leading a workshop in conflict resolution today at the Telluride Patient Safety Educational Roundtable and Summer Camp. Residents are using role play of cases to highlight where conflict management breaks down and how best to build it back up.

What is coming to light is that there is variance that needs to be managed on a daily basis, and without teamwork and systems in place to manage and support those at the front lines, it’s only a matter of time before a tipping point is reached and the patient suffers. Not to mention the care providers who have the best of intentions, are human and who suffer along with their patients when an error occurs.

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One Response to Conflict Resolution at #TPSER8

  1. Barbie says:

    Great workshop! I learned a lot about myself as well as how to negotiate conflict

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