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EMS Patient Safety Boot Camp

July 25, 2017 @ 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Designed to develop your internal champions, this program is geared towards leaders, educators and others who have a passion for safety.

The CPS Patient Safety Boot Camp is a one of kind, hands-on workshop that educates attendees on patient safety foundations and theories. The program builds the framework and understanding of patient safety that concludes with a customized patient safety plan for attendees.

Designed for early adopters and innovators who take safety seriously. The Patient Safety Boot Camp is a must for EMS leaders, educators and others who have a passion for safety.

Attendees to the Patient Safety Boot Camp are eligible to earn Continuing Education Units

  • 8 hours for BLS provider
  • 8 hours for ALS provider


July 25 – Preconference Session –FREE to Missouri providers in EMS. Must register.

Branson, MO
Register here for Patient Safety Boot Camp

UPCOMING BOOT CAMPS….additional information soon.
October 18
Register here for St. Louis, MO Boot Camp

Check back regularly for newly listed locations near you!


July 25, 2017
7:30 am - 4:00 pm
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Branson Convention Center
200 E. Main Street
Branson, MO 65616 United States
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