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AAHA Adverse/Sentinel Event Logbook

by by Stephen Niño Cital RVT, SRA, RLAT, CVPP, VTS-LAM (Res. Anesthesia) with the American Animal Hospital Association

Simplify tracking and reporting adverse and sentinel events with this one-of-a-kind logbook.

$14.45 Member
$16.95 Nonmember

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8.5 x 11

Tracking adverse (undesired) and sentinel (resulting in severe patient harm or death) events is essential for the protection of patients and the veterinary team. This logbook promotes prompt record-keeping, corrective actions, and communication, leading to effective and sustained system improvements that reduce risk and prevent patient and staff harm.
The AAHA Adverse/Sentinel Event Logbook helps your team:
  • Report adverse and sentinel events to product manufacturers or regulators
  • Build and share knowledge about adverse and sentinel events, their causes, and strategies for prevention
  • Implement a quality performance improvement review and analysis of potential adverse and sentinel events
Featuring 16 individual forms to document adverse and sentinel events, this logbook conforms to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Standards of Accreditation.
Ensure your team safely and consistently offers the highest level of care with this convenient log system.
Stephen Niño Cital is a multi-credentialed veterinary technician specialist with a passion for anesthesia, pain management, and cannabinoid medicine. He has authored multiple articles and contributed to several textbooks, including acting as the lead editor for the first cannabinoid medicine textbook, titled “Cannabis Therapy in Veterinary Medicine” by Springer Nature. He serves on multiple boards and is a strong advocate for veterinary technician advancement along with minority representation. Stephen's primary leadership roles are the COO of the Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds and Executive Director for the Academy of Laboratory Animal Veterinary Technicians and Nurse. He is a lab manager at Stanford University in the department of neurobiology in addition to a clinical pain practitioner and partner at Remedy Veterinary Specialists. For more information, please see www.StephenCital.com.
"The importance of documenting and reporting of any adverse and sentinel events cannot be overstated. Tracking these types of events is the only way we grow as professionals and help manufacturers mitigate further concerns or incidents that may adversely affect our patients and personal safety." - Stephen Niño Cital

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