Improving patient safety doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, in an ever-changing health care environment, in which best practices and intervention methods shift frequently, the HRET HIIN UP Campaign was designed to make it easy to keep patients safe and providers sane.
By focusing on three areas of patient care, the UP Campaign helps providers reduce harm in Indiana hospitals.
Reducing unnecessary sleepiness and sedation through opioid and sedative safety plans
Mobilizing patients to recover faster through progressive mobility plans
Implementing appropriate hand hygiene to reduce the spread of infection
The goal of the UP campaign is to simplify safe care and streamline cross-cutting interventions to reduce the risk for multiple patient harms. IHA will be focusing on each component of the campaign throughout the year.
- SOAP UP - 3rd quarter 2017
- GET UP - 4th quarter 2017
- WAKE UP - 1st quarter 2018
IHA WAKE UP Webinar Series
We will be hosting a four part WAKE UP webinar series. The participant link and dial-in number are the same for each WAKE UP webinar which will take place at the date and time listed below. The dial-in number is (888) 390-3967, and the participant link is available here.
- January 23 at 3 p.m. ET
- February 20 at 3 p.m. ET
- March 6 at 3 p.m. ET
- March 20 at 3 p.m. ET
IHA GET UP Webinar Series
As a portion of IHA's GET UP efforts for 4th quarter, we will be hosting a webinar series. The participant link and dial-in number are the same for each GET UP webinar which will take place at the date and time listed below. The dial-in number is (888) 645-4404, and the participant link is available here.
- October 10
- October 31
- November 14
- December 12 at 3 p.m. ET
IHA SOAP UP Webinar Series
- July 18, 2017: Indiana Hospital Survey Results and Reliable Data Collection
- August 8, 2017: Hand Hygiene Culture and Speaking Up
- September 5 : Accountability: Connecting Practice to HAI and Costs to Organization
- September 19 : Connecting Hand Hygiene and Sepsis
If you’re interested in more information about how you can implement the UP Campaign at your hospital, contact Annette Handy.
For additional UP Campaign resources,
visit the UP Campaign website.