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Egg Timer Model Application to Crew Resource Management
Part 3 of 3 - In-depth exploration of the Egg Timer Model by Sam Willis.
In this session Sam Willis will explore in-depth the application of the Egg Timer Model to a scenario, providing suggestions on how it’ll empower crews to work more efficiently to improve patient care.
The Egg Timer Model is a theoretical construct that provides a cognitive and visual representation of how paramedic crew members should aim to bring their thinking and actions in line when managing cases. It gives a valuable visual representation of the potential for a difference of opinion between clinicians, which may result in a disagreement pathway, ending in conflict between crew members and potentially to a negative impact on patient care and patient safety. The model suggests using clear communication along with maintaining a cohesive working relationship through considering human factors and applying CRM techniques to lead to the best patient care outcome.
Sam recently co-authored (with Dr Tom Mallinson) the paper ‘The Zero Point survey and Egg Timer model combined for crew management’ in the Journal of Paramedic Practice. See:
This session is part 3 of 3 and will explore in-depth the application of the Egg Timer Model. Please see the separate event listing to register to attend the other two in the series.
CPD certificates provided
This event will be delivered by Zoom
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28/04/2021 10:00 - 11:00
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