Discounts for Missouri Participants on Membership, Curriculum, and Certification in ASPPS

December 3, 2012    |   By: Calevir

The Center is pleased to partner with the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) by offering a special 10% discount on initial one-year membership in the American Society of Professionals in Patient Safety (ASPPS).

ASPPS members that elect to take advantage of other discounts can access the NPSF Online Patient Safety Curriculum (including available CE and CME) at a $200 discount and seek certification from the Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety at a $50 discount, among other benefits.

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Through this offering, the Center and NPSF are striving to further advance patient safety science, practice, and community of Missouri practitioners by providing professional development opportunities through learning from national leaders and obtaining the credential of a Certified Professional in Patient Safety.

Visit www.npsf.org and click on the ASPPS link on the Membership Programs tab to learn more and join.   Be sure to use discount code MOCPS10 to receive 10% off your membership.

NOTICE – MISSOURI HOSPITAL ENGAGEMENT NETWORK (HEN) PARTICIPANTS:

Email [email protected] of intent to complete the NPSF Patient Safety Curriculum and for more information on how to quality for reimbursement from the MO HEN.

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