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March 2018

Second Victim Experience

March 19 @ 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Mid-America Transplant, 1110 Highlands Plaza Dr E #100,
St. Louis, MO 63110 United States
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  UPCOMING WORKSHOPS Registration: Register Here Date: Monday, March 19, 2018 Time: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Mid-America Transplant Services 1110 Highlands Plaza Drive East, Suite 100 St. Louis, MO 63110 Hotel Information:Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis at Forest Park 5650 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110 Phone: (314) 655-3993  Fax: (314) 655-3994 DIRECT BOOKING LINK Cost: $399 per person ($349 for each additional person from the same organization) Subscribers receive a 20% discount:  Log in to register and receive…

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Just Culture Certification Course

March 20 - March 22
Cox Health, Center for Professional Development, 1423 N. Jefferson Ave., L100
Springfield, missouri 65802 United States
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Outcome Engenuity is pleased to offer our Just Culture Certification Course. This course is designed to help organizations achieve better outcomes, pursue sustainable and positive culture change through learning and justice, and to reduce adverse events. We take an in-depth look at specific accountabilities of all levels of staff and leadership, the nature of duties owed by organizations to their staff and clients, regulators, investors and other organizational influences. By: Outcome Engenuity REGISTER If you are a CPS member, please…

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CPS Safety Watch – Respiratory Compromise:

BACKGROUND Respiratory Compromise is a state in which there is a high likelihood of decompensation into respiratory insufficiency, respiratory failure or death, but in which specific interventions (enhance

IHI offers free teleconference:

Heads up!  The University of Chicago completed a survey of over 2500 adults regarding their experiences and perceptions of medical error.  Results:  1 in 5 Americans reported a medical error in their ow

CPS Participates in Primaris Podcast to Launch PSAW 2018!:

The podcast has just been released. Listen to the discussion on why Patient Safety Awareness Week is such a valuable time for patients and providers. Alex Christgen, Executive Director, and Lee Varner, Pat

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