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DoD PSP Treasure Chest: November Edition | Health.mil

DoD PSP Treasure Chest: November Edition | Health.mil

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DoD PSP Treasure Chest: November Edition

Image of the DoD Patient Safety Program (PSP) logo.

Image of the Department of Defense (DoD) Patient Safety Program (PSP) logo.





welcome to the November edition of the DoD PSP Treasure Chest! Each and every month, we will be sharing resources to help you execute your day-to-day patient safety activities easily and effectively. Please visit us often and get access to tools and information developed with you, our committed MHS patient safety champions, in mind!
An image of the SBAR badge card.
SBAR Badge Card
The SBAR (Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation) card provides a quick reference with an easy-to-remember mechanism for framing conversations with physicians that requires their immediate attention and action.
A screenshot of the DoD Patient Safety Program Facebook Page.
DoD Patient Safety Program Facebook Page
The DoD Patient Safety Program Facebook page is your best resource to connect with the DoD Patient Safety Program on a daily basis. Like our page and get reminders of upcoming events and general news and information about patient safety in your Facebook feed.
An image of the DoD PSP Patient Falls Reduction Toolkit.
Patient Falls Reduction Toolkit
This toolkit will assist you with improving organization awareness and developing a response to patient falls, including education, prevention, assessment, reassessment, intervention and continuous improvement. The toolkit will help you develop a patient fall policy, protocol for patients at risk for falls, a review and database focused on patient falls, and it explains how to teach patients and family about fall prevention.
Image of the Department of Defense (DoD) Patient Safety Program (PSP) logo.
Patient Safety Learning Center (PSLC)
This is a member-based Patient Safety Community of Interest enabling connections within the Department of Defense, military and approved contractors who are engaged in patient safety activities. Use the PSLC to access, share knowledge about patient safety and collaborate on best practices across the Military Health System. A request for access must be approved to join the PSLC.