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Speaking Up for Safety

At Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services all of us have a responsibility to speak up when we are concerned about a patient safety issue – but sometimes people may find this difficult. That's why we provide training to our staff to help them raise patient safety concerns.

Speaking Up for Safety™ is a one hour training workshop aimed at increasing skills for staff members to respectfully raise patient safety concerns with colleagues using graded assertiveness communication skills.

This course will give you the words and skills to support you to speak up for safety.

Speaking Up for Safety™ is a once off mandatory training workshop for all MSAMHS staff providing direct care to consumers.The courses are delivered by the MSAMHS Safety Champions (below).

Book Now in for MSAMHS Speaking Up for Safety Session now (for MSAMHS staff only) via LEAPOnline.

Meet your Safety Champions

Mr Todd Sellwood

MSAMHS Clinical Nurse

Redlands Hospital

Mr Martin Staines

MSAMHS Occupational Therapist

Ms Bronwyn Wright

MSAMHS Team Leader - Beenleigh Community Health Centre

Mr Damien Roberts

MSAMHS Discharge Facilitator

Logan Hospital

Ms Suman Lata

MSAMHS Clinical Nurse

Ms Ellenora Staunton-McKenzie

MSAMHS Team Leader - Inala Community Mental Health

Ms Dianne Tarrant

MSAMHS Clinical Nurse Consultant

Mr Ronnie Mapfumo

MSAMHS Clinical Nurse

Ms Michelle Armstrong

MSAMHS Bayside Mental Health Service

Ms Genoveva Phillips

Coorparoo Community Care Unit


 

Ms Ali Flint
MSAMHS Psychologist

Mr David Baker
MSAMHS Nurse Educator

Mr Greg Spann
MSAMHS Pharmacist

Ms Kimbali Wild
MSAMHS Social Worker

Ms Nicole Munro
MSAMHS Occupational Therapist

Last updated 7 July 2017
Last reviewed 29 June 2017