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WebAIRS News - events, new features and web pages recently released
  • Mobile version - available at anztadc.net/m
  • Recent Publications
    • Awareness during general anaesthesia in the first 4,000 incidents reported to webAIRS    -- Accepted for publication in the July Edition of AAIC --
    • Incident reporting, aviation and anaesthesia - Editorial    --More--
    • Patient and procedural factors associated with an increased risk of harm or death in the first 4,000 incidents reported to webAIRS    --More--
    • A cross-sectional overview of the first 4,000 incidents reported to webAIRS    --More--
    • Bow-tie diagrams for risk management in anaesthesia    --More--
    • Chewing gum in the preoperative fasting period: an analysis of de-identified incidents reported to webAIRS    --More--
  • Upcoming events
    • ASA NSC 2017 Perth - WebAIRS Session and workshops. October 7-10th 2017    --More--
    • NZSA ASM 2017 Rotorua - WebAIRS presentation and workshops. Nov 8-11th 2017    --More--
    • ANZCA ASM 2018 Sydney - WebAIRS presentation and workshops. May 7-11th 2018    --More--
  • Local Administrator Pages
    • The Incident Charts page has been updated (Jan 2017). Search filters for date and drill down to individual reports has been added.
    • The Review Incidents page has been updated. Search filters for date have been added. (Jan 2017)
  • User Pages
    • The registration page has been updated to allow individual registration and online ethics approval
    • The Useful Links page has been updated with more links to other patient safety sites and resources (Mar 2016)
About ANZTADC - the parent organisations that created webAIRS
        
ANZTADC is the Australian and New Zealand Tripartite Anaesthetic Data Committee. This committee represents and is funded by three organisations, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists, the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. The committee has developed 'WebAIRS' (web based anaesthetic incident reporting system). This program can be incorporated into hospital systems to assist anaesthetists to report, evaluate and receive information regarding anaesthetic incidents. The results of the incident analyses may be fed back into the system and so the 'loop' can be closed as part of a quality improvement system.


  

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