Root Cause Analysis training
Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a method of investigating incidents. The purpose of a Root Cause Analysis investigation is to identify system issues that contributed to or resulted in the incident occurring and to provide recommendations for measures to prevent a reoccurrence of a similar incident.
RCA training is available for clinical and administrative staff in SA Health. Training is jointly organised by the Department for Health and Ageing, Safety and Quality Unit and the Local Health Networks (LHNs).
For further information on RCA training contact contact your Local Health Network Safety and Quality / Clinical Governance Unit.
The RCA training consists of:
- completion of five Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Open School Modules prior to attending the training session
- background reading and the completion of RCA Pre training practical exercises
- attendance at a half-day training session, conducted on-site at the Local Health Networks in small groups (six to 20)
- completion of the post training workbook, which enable’s participants to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts presented during training.
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