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Online education for healthcare professionals
Physician's chats
Pharmacist's chats
Under CPD accreditation
60 min

Risk management, how to deal with risks in your hospital practice

27 May Thursday
3 : 00 PM Dubai (GMT +4)
+50
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Documentation for this webinar is presented to the Dubai Health Authority and CPD standards
For Pharmacists, For Doctors, Soft skills

Risk management, how to deal with risks in your hospital practice

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ZOOM PLATFORM. ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Modarated by Dr Hanan Selim


During this webinar with Dr Hanan Selim we will be discussing the 5 most important methods for risk management and skills in Hospital Practice. 

  1. Avoidance- This is a method for mitigating risk by not participating in activities that may incur injury, sickness, or death. Smoking cigarettes is an example of one such activity because avoiding it may lessen both health and financial risks.
  2. Retention- Retention is the acknowledgment and acceptance of a risk as a given. Usually, this accepted risk is a cost to help offset larger risks down the road.
  3. Sharing- Sharing risk is often implemented through employer-based benefits that allow the company to pay a portion of insurance premiums with the employee.
  4. Transferring- The use of health insurance is an example of transferring risk because the financial risks associated with health care are transferred from the individual to the insurer.
  5. Loss Prevention and Reduction- This method of risk management attempts to minimize the loss, rather than completely eliminate it. While accepting the risk, it stays focused on keeping the loss contained and preventing it from spreading

Target audience:

  • Physicians , Doctors
  • Clinical pharmacists

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Author

Dr Hanan Selim

Clinical pharmacist Motivational Speaker

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