Patient Safety Conference

Registration for the Third Annual EMS Patient Safety and PSO Conference is now open!

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Are you an EMS provider who cares about patient safety and creating a culture of safety – this conference is for you!

Join us in Columbia, Missouri on Tuesday, May 15th, at the Stoney Creek Inn where you will learn about communication; balancing response times and safety; view the EMS Just Culture staff training materials; and  participate in hands-on work with policies and procedures for submitting information to a PSO.

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Find the Invisible Gorilla at the April Patient Safety Conference, Sponsored by MOCPS!

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Please join us for another great patient safety conference experience Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at the Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia, Missouri!  Register Today!

This year, Dan Simons, PhD, author of The Invisible Gorilla and Professor of Psychology at Beckman Institute of the University of Illinois will present:  How our intuitions Deceive Us – Human Factors at Play.

“The Invisible Gorilla just might teach us to be more humble, understanding, and forgiving” (The New York Times)

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Vendors Hurry to Join the 6TH ANNUAL MOCPS CONFERENCE! April 17, 2012 Stoney Creek Inn Columbia, MO

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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 mlieneke@mocps.org or by fax to 573/636-8608. Read More

Joplin’s St. Johns Hospital to be Keynote Panel at MOCPS Conference in April

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Friends, we at MOCPS are excited to have you join us in April for another great patient safety conference experience Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at the Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia, Missouri!  This year’s Conquering Chaos – The Humanity and Science of Safe Care brings national and state experts together to network and learn strategies to meet the ever increasing challenges of providing safe care!

Our Keynote Panel from St. Johns in Joplin will present The Joplin experience: maintaining the focus – safety during chaos.

Panelists from St. Johns will share their insights, tips and lessons learned in maintaining the safety of their patients and staff, and navigating the regulatory maze during the deadly May 2011 tornado.

Additional Conference Objectives:

• Examine successful disaster preparedness strategies, challenges, and learning to maintain patient and staff safety during and after disasters
• Describe the impact of human factors on patient care
• Discuss the importance of teamwork and communication in providing safe care
• Examine how proven successful safety practices can be replicated
• Discuss with industry leaders safety-of-care issues, applicable to any healthcare setting

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MOCPS 6th Annual Conference Line Up for “Conquering Chaos – the Humanity and Science of Safe Care”, April 17, 2012

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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

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