Creating a culture of safety is imperative for organizational learning and the design of safe systems. To do so it is necessary to create an open and fair culture, a balance between a blame-free and a punitive culture. It is necessary for all individuals to continually evaluate risks inherent in the choices they make.
The term “Just Culture” refers to a system of shared accountability where healthcare organizations are responsible for the systems they have designed and for supporting the safe choices of patients, visitors and staff. Staff, in turn, is accountable for the quality of their choices within those systems.
Welcome North Carolina Just Culture Collaborative alumni. This page is a centralized location to communicate collaborative updates, share improvement resources, view upcoming Just Culture events and to facilitate collaboration between facility teams.
Past collaborative members are encouraged to share resources and other useful information with their collaborative members through the Collaborative listserv at email@example.com Please read our listserv instructions before posting.
Just Culture E-License Materials – Now available to order!
The NC Quality Center through a licensing agreement with Outcome Engenuity, LLC are offering the Just Culture Materials at a discounted rate to all North Carolina hospitals and healthcare facilities. For more information on the NC Just Culture Materials contact either Sarah Roberts at (919)677-4139 or Latoshua LeGrant at (919) 677-4134
Just Culture ResourcesCoaching Workshop: Teaching your Managers to Coach Webinar – March 13, 2014
Video (MOV) Outcome Engenuity Just Culture Community Website