Session 4: Monitoring and Culture

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Sustaining high levels of performance, for infection prevention measures or any process, requires a learning environment. Routine use of data provides valuable learning and can be managed in simple ways. Creating a culture where everyone feels safe in speaking up, identifying issues and asking questions is essential to success and decreases burnout.


  • Describe the elements of a learning environment
  • Apply simple methods for data collection in their own office or clinic
  • Summarize why psychological safety is needed for infection prevention measures to work


Fran Griffin, RRT, MPA
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