The second Missouri HEN Statewide Improvement Collaborative Training took place on Thursday and Friday, September 6-7, 2012, in Columbia, Missouri. There were over 150 attendees representing hospitals from all over the state.
The Missouri Center for Patient Safety presented on the following 5 initiatives: CAUTI, CLABSI, SSI, VAP, and Falls/Injuries from Falls. In addition, Pat Posa wrapped up her 3-part series for MOCPS on CUSP (Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program). The Q & A sessions after the presentations were lively with great interaction from the attendees. Thank you to everyone who joined us!
The next Missouri HEN Collaborative Training is scheduled for December 12-13 in Columbia, Missouri.
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