Sue Scott, University of Missouri HealthCare, to Attend Patient Safety Course in Switzerland

August 12, 2011    |   By: Calevir

Congratulations to Sue Scott of University of Missouri HealthCare for being selected to attend the Institute of Nursing Science Summer School course, titled, “Applied Patient Safety: Real Data, Real Tools, Real Solutions,” in Basel, Switzerland.

This summer school provides comprehensive patient safety and quality improvement concepts and methods. The training prepares doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in nursing and related fields as well as nurses and physicians in leadership and/or quality management positions with the frameworks, data, and tools that are needed to facilitate patient safety efforts at the unit/clinical area level.   Learn more about the program.   Good luck, Sue!

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