Center Presents on the Science of Safety to UMSL College of Nursing

June 11, 2015    |   By: Calevir

Becky Miller and Kathy Wire presented to the APRN class at the University of Missouri, St. Louis.  It was a pleasure to share information about High Reliability Organization practices and the Science of Safety to this group of nurses as they complete their studies to provide care across the nation.  Congratulations goes to UMSL College of Nursing for integrating learning about the science of safety and system process to improve safe care as part of their curriculum!

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