Just Culture in Medicine

I am pleased to speak on the topic of Just Culture at the 5th National Radiation Safety Day. The event, organized by the Federal Office of Public Health, is dedicated to medical radiation events and patient safety.
With Just Culture, medicine is taking up a cultural approach that has become widely and regulatory established in aviation in recent years. It's no wonder, since Just Culture, colloquially known as 'error culture,' has become a mainstay and powerful foundation of safety efforts in aviation.
With the experience I was privileged to gain in aviation, I now support executives in high reliability organizations as an organizational developer and change agent in introducing and embedding this particular safety culture.
I am looking forward to the interdisciplinary exchange on September 12 in Liebefeld.

The conference addresses specialists in radiology, nuclear medicine or radiation oncology, medical physicists and radiology professionals with a management function or as medical / technical experts for radiation protection. The target audience also includes quality and/or risk managers.

The day will be organized in the sense of a "Call for Action". At this event, the FOPH wants to network stakeholders from all language regions of Switzerland and encourage them to initialize and implement projects to promote patient safety.

For more information on the 5th National Radiation Safety Day in Medicine, visit https://lnkd.in/e4YNJ3KU

More information on Just Culture: https://en.justculture.ch/was-ist-just-culture