Patient Safety Boot Camp

“…challenges all to improve patient safety…” – Boot Camp Attendee

…an eye opening class…”– Boot Camp Attendee

“…thought- and discussion-provoking…” – Boot Camp Attendee

“…raised good thoughts and refreshed ideas…” – Boot Camp Attendee

“…a fantastic opportunity to learn just exactly what goes into making changes…” – Boot Camp Attendee

“…the best workshop I’ve ever attended…” – Boot Camp Attendee

UPCOMING LOCATIONS

  • November 13, 2017 at CJC Fire Training Center in Blue Springs, Missouri – REGISTER HERE  This boot camp is specific to EMS providers.

ABOUT THE BOOT CAMP

The CPS Patient Safety Boot Camp is a one of kind workshop that educate attendees on patient safety foundations and theories. Instructors will assist attendees in reassessing their patient safety program, culminating with clarification of next steps.

  • hands-on
  • 8-hour workshop
  • taught by two patient safety certified experts

THE TARGET AUDIENCE

Designed for early adopters and innovators who take safety seriously in LTC, home care, hospitals, EMS, medical offices, etc. The Patient Safety Boot Camp is a must for healthcare leaders, educators and others who have a passion for safety.

AGENDA

  • The Importance of Patient Safety Culture
  • The Buck Stops Here – Leadership’s Role in Patient Safety
  • We’re Only Human – Mistakes and Near Miss Events
  • Gotta’ Make it Better – Improving Patient Safety
  • I Still Have to Measure? Ugh! – Measurement in Patient Safety
  • Learning from Aviation – Strive for High Reliability
  • You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know – Where are Your Patient Safety Risks?
  • Putting it All Together – Safety Journey Next Steps
  • Let’s Get Going – Sharing Learnings

Check back regularly for newly listed locations near you or find out how to host a Boot Camp!

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