LTC Safety

Learning Session #2 (May 14, 2015)

Skills Assessment Questionnaire – Licensed/Unlicensed and Skills Assessment Questionnaire Documents to be completed:

Skills Assessment licensed
Skills assessment non-licensed

Join us for the second Live Learning Session in the AHRQ CAUTI/HAI LTC Safety Project – May 14, 2015 – REGISTER!
We will hear from participants about their progress, talk about more tools and work as a group to review the clinical and culture data gathered so far, and develop programs to address the findings.  Dr. Mahajan will join us to address clinical issues and share practices that have successfully moved the needle for UTI prevention and antibiotic stewardship.

Registration and continental breakfast:  8:30 to 9
Program begins at 9
Living Community of St. Joseph
1202 Heartland Rd.
St. Joseph, MO   64506

Clock Hours for MO Nursing Home Administrators: Approval SO-3755
4 Administrative
1 Patient Care

Facility Implementation

Learning Session #1 Documents (September 18, 2014)

Learning Session #1 Presentations (September 18, 2014)

Documents to be Completed


Call the Center for Patient Safety 888.935.8272 or email Kathy Wire at [email protected].


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