Cases on Instructional Design and Performance Outcomes in Medical Education
Healthcare leadership and department management personnel are tasked with the responsibility of ensuring safe, high-quality patient care delivered by competent and proficient staff. This responsibility often comes in the form of identification of discrepant and erroneous practices that result in subsequent employee disciplinary action process improvement discussions and implementation. This case study presents an example of a sentinel event and how Gilbert's Behavior Engineering Model (BEM) was utilized in the context of a Just Culture to ensure both processes and personnel were adequately supported to meet expected task outcomes.
Original Publication Citation
Freeman, C., & Stefaniak, J. E. (2020). Performance improvement in healthcare: Integrating Gilbert's behavior engineering model within a just culture. In J. Stefaniak (Ed.), Cases on Instructional Design and Performance Outcomes in Medical Education (pp. 210-221). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-5092-2.ch010
Freeman, Candice and Stefaniak, Jill Erin, "Performance Improvement in Healthcare: Integrating Gilbert's Behavior Engineering Model Within a Just Culture" (2020). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 134.