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The Canadian Medical Protective Association: Leadership Essentials

An article with key information on psychological safety and its benefits, psychologically safe environments, and three steps to achieving psychological safety within a team: (1) Promote healthy conflict, (2) encourage speaking up, and (3) use the platinum rule. It also includes the Institute for Healthcare Improvement framework for safe, reliable, and effective care.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Canadian Medical Protective Association
Tags
psychologically safe environments, psychological safety, teamwork
Audience
Health-care educator/Trainer, Health worker, Manager/Supervisor/Director
Theme
Clear leadership and expectations, Psychological protection, Protection of physical safety, Protection from moral distress, Support for psychological self-care
Cost
Free
Format
Website
Sector
Specific to primary care
Setting
Hospital, Private clinic
Identity
Not explicitly
Language
Bilingual

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