Quality training is at the heart of patient safety 

In high-stakes industries like healthcare, error can lead to catastrophic consequences.  In healthcare, avoidable error results in both a human and economic toll that effects thousands of patients, their families and healthcare professionals just like you, adding billions of dollars in additional costs to the global community. 

The healthcare sector however has been slow to adopt the principles of high-reliability industries such as aviation, oil and gas, nuclear and mining, where a safety-first culture is all pervasive.

Standardised training processes, robust training programs and reliable certification can reduce unwarranted variation in both practice and outcomes.  However, ensuring all healthcare workers are trained to perform their tasks is exceptionally difficult.

Osler is embracing this challenge, providing you with a platform to help you develop your skills in a structured way, monitor your activity and outcomes, and benchmark yourself against a global cohort of your peers.

It is incumbent on all of us to ensure we are properly trained and fit for our role.  Osler is ready to help. 

Want to hear more?

In this conference presentation, Dr Todd Fraser discusses how taking a more structured approach to developing our skills will improve patient care, help us stay out of trouble and make healthcare training more efficient and effective. 

Where in the world is Osler?

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A global Network

With users spread across 6 continents, including 5 hospitals, one university medical school and a rural generalist training pathway, Osler  is one of the most rapidly growing healthcare communities in the world.

Doctors, nurses, paramedics and students, across a diverse range of specialties and interests are all using Osler's award winning Clinical Portfolio to monitor and enhance their performance.

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