5 March 2020 20:00 - 5 March 2020 22:00
It shouldn't happen to a vet... but it sometimes does!
Edinburgh Vet School, The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Easter Bush Campus Edinburgh Midlothian, EH25 9RG
The course will provide an overview of the types of complaint that practices can encounter. It will explore why complaints arise and the type of complaints that clients can raise. Some practical examples will be considered and by the end of the course delegates should have a clearer understanding of how to address common complaints. Course delegates will be introduced to the VDS’s Vetsafe tool. We will discuss issues such as professional blame culture, second victim syndrome and the use of root cause analysis to analyse significant events in practice.
• Understand the types of complaint that can come to the practice
• Understand allegations of negligence and civil complaints
• Understand regulatory (RCVS) complaints
• Develop a basic framework for assessing and responding to complaints by considering some common scenarios
• Understand the importance of Human Factors in veterinary care
• Know how and when to use the VDS VetSafe system
• Know how to support fellow clinicans when things go wrong
MA LLM BVM&S MRCVS
Intended for Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Nurses
Terms and Conditions: All of our evening courses are catered during the registration period - half an hour before the start of the course. Please make us aware of any dietary requirements. If you are unable to attend,please let us know on the contact details below as we may have a waiting list which we can offer places to.
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