Second Victim Experience Workshop – limited enrollment

August 14, 2012    |   By: Calevir

 

TRAIN-THE-TRAINER WORKSHOP:   The Missouri Center for Patient Safety is pleased to offer this unique workshop in September at two locations to learn and teach the skills to support staff members and physicians who are impacted by adverse and/or unexpected clinical outcomes.

Participants will gain insights into the “second victim” experience as well as supportive interventions from faculty who developed and implemented the University of Missouri Health System’s successful “Second Victim” program.

Participants will also acquire the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to implement a “second victim” program for peers.

Space is limited to 40 participants at each location and will be made available on first come first serve basis. Minimum required attendance is 20.

Select one of two locations:

September 21 @ Saint Luke’s Northland Hospital, Kansas City, MO ($375)

OR
September 28 @ SSM St. Clare Health Center, Fenton, MO ($375)

REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT

 

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