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Your donation supports the Center’s efforts to provide resources, education, training and other activities to reduce medical errors and harm to individuals caused by medical errors.

The Center for Patient Safety is an independent, not-for-profit, 501(c)3 corporation; therefore, your donation may qualify as a tax deduction.

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Individual Sponsor – Contributions in any amount are welcome. Receive a Safety Supporter Certificate and recognition on Center Website
Educational Sponsor –  $1,000 minimum plus travel expense – A Center speaker at your venue and recognition on Center Website.
Bronze Sponsor –  $2,500 minimum – Press release, Safety Supporter Certificate, Bronze Sponsor recognition at Center events, one discounted registration to Annual Conference and recognition on Center Website.
Silver Sponsor – $5,000 minimum – Press release, link from Center Website, Certificate as a Safety Supporter Certificate, Silver Sponsor recognition at Center events, one free registration to Annual Conference.
Gold Sponsor – $10,000 minimum – Same as Silver Sponsor, Gold Sponsor recognition plus banner recognition at Center events and a table display at one Center event.
Platinum Sponsor – $20,000 minimum – Same as Gold Sponsor, Platinum Sponsor recognition plus recognition in Center publications and one patient safety event for organization as agreed upon between Sponsor and Center.
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National Fire Prevention Week perfect time to learn ways to stop surgical fires:

The Center for Patient Safety joins The Joint Commission in recognizing National Fire Prevention Week. Unfortunately, surgical fires continue to occur.  Recent reports to the Center’s PSO include: 4

Emergency Medical Services Agenda 2050. How do see the future of EMS?:

The EMS Agenda 2050 “Envision the Future” Straw Man document has been released to the public for comments to guide the future direction of EMS.  The document is a comprehensive and robust body of work

Safety Alert – Medication Shortages:

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