Table 1

Learning objectives

CaseLearning objective
1Quality Improvement: Writing a SMART Aim Statement11 28 41Recognise a well-written project aim statement, an important part of developing and executing a process improvement project
2Safety: Response to Error29 30Understand important actions to take in the immediate aftermath of a safety event and the clinician's role in event response
3Value: Choosing Wisely31Introduce trainees to the Choosing Wisely® Campaign, an initiative to promote high-value patient care
4Safety: Near Miss Safety Report32 33Understand the value in reporting near miss safety events through the error reporting system to prevent future error
5Quality Improvement: Interpreting a Control Chart28 34Introduce the principles of control chart interpretation as a way to understand process variation
6Safety: Error Types35 36Understand the different categories of errors
7Transitions of Care: I-PASS37 38Understand the components of a proper patient handover and introduce the concept of a standardised handover process
8Safety: Escalation39 40Understand teamwork principles that can lead to improved patient safety and situational awareness