Celebrate Patient Safety Awareness Week March 11-17, 2018WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 2018
Take the pledge for patient safety and wear a gown! We are all patients!
Your organization can play an active role in the United for Patient Safety campaign in support of Patient Safety Awareness Week, March 11-17 by planning your week, sharing your plans, and getting ideas and inspiration.
IHI/NPSF offers a number of ways to take action and plan your week including a complimentary webinar on Monday March 12, Engaging Patients and Providers: Speaking Up for Patient Safety.
Join MMIC, UMIA and Arkansas Mutual for a complimentary webinar, Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Senior Living Teams, on Wednesday March 14th from 12:00 -1:00 p.m. CT. Errors in clinical judgment is one of the top contributing factors to patient injury and malpractice claims in all care settings. The lessons and strategies learned from this webinar can be transferred to any health care organization.
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