Did you miss our live conference during Patient Safety Awareness Month in March? It’s not too late to bring these nationally recognized speakers to your organization! Hot patient safety topics from top speakers in the field: Dr. Robert Wachter, James Conway, Second Victims, The Emily Jerry Story, and more!
Take advantage of this opportunity and continue the focus on patient safety 24/7/365!
Select from one or more sessions and receive downloadable recordings to use for training, at your next safety meeting, or to distribute house-wide at your organization(s). There is no limit to the number of times each recording can be viewed!! Find out more!
National Speakers – Important Topics!
Join us in March 2013 as we recognize Patient Safety Awareness Month with a series of five “live & interactive” virtual conference sessions, each centered on important safety topics and presented by national speakers. You choose your combination of 90-minute sessions throughout the month of March, or attend them all!
We’re excited to offer this new and virtual format so you can share the experience with colleagues! Although we’ve altered our format from past conferences, we’ve not swayed from our commitment to providing high quality presenters for important safety topics. One registration now allows an unlimited number of participants at any one location to attend these valuable sessions, so plan ahead and invite others to join! Visit our conference web page to learn more about the conference session speakers and topics.
A downloadable Patient Safety Awareness Recognition Toolkit containing tips and resources to help you easily and successfully celebrate safe care at your organization is also available. The Toolkit includes ideas for celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Month at your organization and customizable templates for banners, posters, tent cards and buttons to help you spread the word about your organization’s focus on safe care! Register Today!
On Tuesday, May 15, the Missouri Center for Patient Safety sponsored its 3rd annual EMS Patient Safety Conference. More than 60 EMS agencies from across the state of Missouri were represented in Columbia by EMS personnel, gathering to learn the latest information on patient safety topics specific to their field.
Highlights of the day included speaker, Dr. Coy Callison, a leading researcher in communications from Texas Tech, who presented his latest findings regarding communication in the workplace and its important role in patient safety in EMS; Matt Zavadsky, a former paramedic and manager of private sector ambulance services, spoke of the importance of building processes related to vehicle response times and other safety issues in EMS within a “Just” culture. Attendees received a sneak peak at the recently released Just Culture EMS staff training materials provided by Outcome Engenuity. Those who attended received continuing education units.
To find out more about how your EMS agency can improve patient safety, contact Carol Hafley at the Missouri Center for Patient Safety.
Show your support for safe health care with a Vendor Booth at “Conquering Chaos – the Humanity and Science of Safe Care,” the 2012 Missouri Center for Patient Safety Conference. The conference will be on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at the Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia, Missouri.
WE WELCOME YOUR INVOLVEMENT AS A SPONSOR OR VENDOR! But hurry! Payment must be received prior to April 10 in order for booth space to be provided.
Please complete our 2012 SPONSOR AND VENDOR APPLICATION FORM indicating the desired Sponsor Level, Activity of Interest and/or Vendor Booth. Return the form to Marilyn Lieneke at email@example.com or by fax to 573/636-8608. Read More
We’re excited to announce our agenda for our 6th Annual Conference, titled “Conquering Chaos – the Humanity and Science of Safe Care.” Keynoting is a courageous health care team from St. Johns in Joplin, Missouri, sharing their insights on how they ensured the safety of patients and staff during the EF-5 tornado of May, 2011. Visit our conference web page for more information. Read More