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In this podcast we talk with Susanna Tella about the importance of education and learning environments for preparing healthcare students for second victim phenomenon and patient safety incidents in the practice. We will bring to our conversation 2 short stories representing "the bright" and "the dark side" experience of improving patient safety during work placements.Dr. Susanna Tella is the Chief Specialist in service innovation for health and wellbeing in LAB University of Applied Sciences, with deep experience on Research Development and Innovation area working in the higher education industry. Susanna Tella is also the Science Communication Manager of ERNST Action. Notes from the episode:If you would like to know more about the topic that we have been discussing in this episode you can access the study "Work placements as learning environments for patient safety: Finnish and British pre registration nursing students’ important learning events" in .You can also visit the SLIPPS website .If you want to contact us, you can write us an email for or visit our website Thank you so much for listening to our Podcast! See you soon and stay tuned! 
In this podcast we talk with Francesco Venneri, surgeon and emergency physician. For 12 years, Dr. Venneri has been the chief of emergency surgery at Florence Healthcare Center, in Italy and since 20 years ago has the role of Official Clinical Risk Manager. Notes from the episode and main topics of discussion: We are sharing a real story that happen to an experienced health professional, reference to other peers (we guarantee that all the data respects the confidentiality of the main character that was previously informed and give the consent to share the experience) We discuss the role of leaders in supporting healthcare teamsWe bring the view from emergency surgery department context and the need of supporting health care needs If you want to contact us, you can write us on email  or visit our website on  Reminder: Training School Face to face meeting will happen 3rd to 5th October 2022 in Croatia (more info on the website).Thank you so much for listening to our Podcast! See you soon and stay tuned!
In this podcast we talk with Reinhard Strametz about the Second Victim Phenomenon in the younger generation of healthcare providers, as well as how healthcare organizations, leaders and peers can support them.Reinhard Strametz is the General Secretary of German Coalition for Patient Safety and Vice Chair of European Researchers' Network Working on Second Victims (ERNST Group). Dr. Strametz is a specialized anaesthesiologist in quality and clinical risk management,  economist and professor for Patient Safety at Wiesbaden Business School.Notes from the episode: - You can access the study "Prevalence of second victims, risk factors and support strategies among young German physicians in internal medicine (SeViD-I survey)” in If you want to contact us, you can write us on email or visit our website Thank you so much for listening to our Podcast! See you soon and stay tuned! 
In our second podcast we had the opportunity to learn more about MISE Program (Mitigating the Impact on Second Victims), an open access online Second Victim support program, presented by Professors José Mira and Irene Carrilho, from FISABIO Institute.We talked directly with Professor José Mira, one of the leaders of the MISE program and the Action chair of the ERNST, the European Researchers' Network Working on Second Victims. Professor Mira lectures at the University Miguel Hernandez de Elche, Alicante and is the Head of ATENEA research group, part of FISABIO Institute.  Let’s talk about supporting health providers!Notes from the episode:If you want to access MISE and learn more about it please look at  For more information about ERNST Action please visit our website or write to us by email
In this podcast we talk with Jimmy Martin Delgado, professor at the Department of Public Health of Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil, Ecuador and member of FISABIO, where he has been developing some research in root cause analysis, the topic that we will discuss today. Jimmy Martin has been publishing some studies about the impact of Root Cause Analysis in Patient Safety. Today, we will discover why is it so important to have root cause analysis in healthcare organisations and what is its impact on second victim phenomenon.Notes from the episode:You can write us on email and visit our website https://cost-ernst.euThank you so much for listening to our Podcast. Enjoy!
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