Patient Safety Awareness Week is March 13-19, 2016

January 28, 2016    |   By: Calevir

psawLEAP INTO PATIENT SAFETY IN 2016!
Attention hospitals, LTC, EMS, pharmacies, medical offices, home care and all healthcare providers:

The Center for Patient Safety (CPS) is joining Patient Safety Awareness Week to acknowledge: Safe Care is Our Focus, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 366 days a year.

In recognizing the year-round efforts to improve safe care, CPS is raising awareness by providing free tools and resources for healthcare providers and consumers for Patient Safety Awareness Week!

How to get started:

  1. Register to download the free Patient Safety Awareness Week Toolkit – a set of resources for healthcare organizations to help raise awareness about patient safety efforts. The toolkit includes a Guide with tips and suggestions along with downloadable banners, posters, postcards and more!
  2. Review Consumer Tips for Safe Care
  3. Maintain the momentum! Check out the upcoming 10thAnnual Patient Safety Conference on April 7th in St. Louis, featuring David Marx as Keynote Speaker.  Find more and REGISTER today!

Contact the Center for Patient Safety for additional ways to make Patient Safety Awareness Week a success.  Call our office at 888.935.8272 or email [email protected].

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