Developing, Writing and Implementing Policy, Procedure and Guideline Documents for HHS – November 2019
The process of developing and writing healthcare policy can be a very daunting task. This program will assist participants with the development, writing, templates and approval process to move a document through from inception to completion
Main West Urgent Care, 699 Main St. West, Hamilton, Classroom
Date: 28-11-2019 Morning
Date: 12-12-2019 Morning
LEADS Domain: Achieve Results
Learning Hours: 8
Cost (HHS Staff and Physicians): Free
Cost (Non-HHS): N/A (Not currently offered to people outside of HHS. To express interest in attending future offerings, email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thursday’s November 28 and December 12, 2019
Time: 8:30AM - 12:30PM
Location: Main Street West Urgent Care Centre, CFPD
Any HHS Staff involved in developing, reviewing, updating policies and procedures on behalf of their department, program or corporate committee.
Writers who must standardize policies and procedures in formal documents
Managers and supervisors of policy-writing groups
Determine when a situation requires a policy or a procedure, and when neither is appropriate
Prepare a document analysis
Describe and follow the path of a document through the approval process
Identify the sections of a typical policy and a typical procedure
Explain the fundamentals of policy and procedure writing – from content research to content verification – to ensure professional documentation and ensure “best practice meeting standards”
Compete a draft policy (one you are working on or scenario based) that follows the principles of policy writing
Organize and format policies and procedures for high usability
Encourage “buy in” to policies and procedures
Special Course Features:
Participants are asked to come prepared to work on their current policy work. For those not currently working on a policy, a case scenario will be provided.
MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION: Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 7.5Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.
As individuals and teams in healthcare, we are called upon each and every day to bring our best to deliver outstanding care in a compassionate way. An enabler of this is our commitment to lifelong learning. The Centre for People Development is yet another way we are demonstrating this commitment.