Mark your calendar for April 7, 2016 to join us in St. Louis, Missouri, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Convention Center! The Center for Patient Safety is proud to announce David Marx, leader of Outcome Engenuity, as our 2016 Annual Patient Safety Conference keynote speaker. As the “father of Just Culture”, David’s concepts have had
Join the Center for Patient Safety on March 13th for our 9th Annual Patient Safety Conference.Â We just received confirmation of approval of 5.25 CE hours toward CPHQ recertification from the National Association for Healthcare Quality.Â Registration and more information.
The Center has lots of ideas for you! Join us for our 9th Annual Patient Safety Conference on March 13th!Â Hurry to take advantage of Early Registration for the Conference available only through February 2nd! Download our Patient Safety Awareness Week Toolkit with customizable banners, flyers, tent cards and more! Submit a Poster Application to
The Center’s 9th Annual Conference on March 13, offers Continuing Education for physicians, risk managers and is pending for nursing and quality professionals.Â Conference information, registration and information about continuing education is available at http://www.centerforpatientsafety.org/2015conference.
The latest newsletter from the Center for Patient Safety PSO contains the latest highlights on Safety Alerts, Success Stories from real hospitals, information on Patient Safety Awareness Week 2015, and much more! PSO Alert: Morphine v Midazolam.1 Safety Watch: Emergent Situations.2 Joint Commission Alert.3 Health IT Safety Webinar.3 Insulin Pens.4 EMS Corner.5 LTC Corner.5 CAUTI.6-7
The Center for Patient Safety’s Annual EMS Patient Safety Conference was a success!Â We had great speakers who brought new ideas and concepts that helped stretch the imagination of those attending. David Williams from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement shared the Plan-Do-Study-Act method for organizational change and success. Tom Judge, Executive Director of Lifeflight of
The Center is pleased to announce the date of our upcoming annual EMS Patient Safety Conference, scheduled for November 12, 2014.Â This conference is expected to be bigger and better than previous years, bringing national EMS experts together to share strategies to improve patient safety, highlight successful practices and provide broad networking opportunities to share
Even though the National Patient Safety Foundation doesnâ€™t use LTC-inclusive language in its name or the name of its Patient Safety Awareness Week, they still have much to offer our long-term care communities, including a special week to recognize our dedication to resident safety.Â CPS has developed a toolkit to help ALL providers celebrate this