EMS PSO Day 2012

Join the Missouri Center for Patient Safety at the Third Annual EMS Patient Safety PSO Conference!

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EMS PSO Day 2012 BannerTUESDAY, MAY 15, 2012COLUMBIA, MO – STONEY CREEK INN

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SPEAKERS:

Matt Zavadsky, MS-HAS, EMT, a former paramedic and ambulance service manager with 25 years of experience in public and private sector EMS agencies, will present “Balancing Response Times, Vehicle safety, and Patient Safety within a Just Culture”

 

 

Coy Callison, PhD, a leading researcher in communications from Texas Tech University, will present:   “Communication, Team Building, and Changing Attitudes in the ED and Applications to EMS”

OTHER TOPICS:

Taking Just Culture to the Next Level

View the exclusive EMS Just Culture Staff Training Film: “On the Scene”

A panel of Missouri EMS staff discuss Just Culture at their agencies:

Ken Koch, Taz Meyer – St. Charles County Ambulance District

Mark Alexander – CoxHealth EMS

Hands-on PSO Workshop to include:

PSO Policy and Procedure writing

Tabletop case scenario exercises

Data system entry

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