Event Description: The self-paced, online course is intended for anyone working in a health care setting who is still learning the foundations of quality improvement, regardless of their role. It includes six modules:
Introduction to Quality Improvement
The Quality Improvement Process
Data Measurement and Analysis
Leadership and Teamwork for QI
Duke University Health System Patient Safety Center
Event Description: This series which offers a one-year or two year option covers the science of well-being and the practical tools and strategies practitioners can use to emotionally support themselves and their team, department, unit, or organization.
American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM)
Event Description: These in-depth live webinars will cover clinical/patient safety, legal/regulatory, enterprise risk management (ERM), risk financing and more. Each webinar is 1 hour in length and eligible for 1 CE credit towards your CPHRM Certification.
Washington Patient Safety Coalition (WPSC)
Event Description: This two-day virtual conference is geared towards patient safety professionsals in the Northwest US and is titled "Advancing Patient Safety in Today’s World." Focus areas will include:
Patient and Family Engagement
Culture, Leadership, Policy and Governance
Innovative and Equitable Patient Safety Practices
Collaboration on a Community Level
American Association for Physician Leadership
Event Description: This course addresses the importance of team-based care, identifying attributes and qualities of high-performing teams, diagnosing strategies to minimize risk and human error, and the significance of being held responsible for ones’ actions or the actions of others.
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Event Description: This two-day virtual meeting will focus on key themes in quality improvement, patient safety, team collaboration, and wellness. Attendees will learn about strategies and innovations for patient care, burnout, medical errors, and culture of safety.
Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality
Event Description: Collection of patient safety workshops, conferences, and webinars that are updated regularly, including courses on the RISE program and TeamSTEPPS, free webinars, and annual conferences.
Event Location: Online and in person: Baltimore, MD
Event Description: This virtual forum for hospital and healthcare leaders will be used to debrief and discuss learnings from the COVID-19 crisis, address key questions on strategies for the new normal, and explore how health services are transforming for the future.
Event Description: This program focuses on the role of the clinician in managing the care transition process to reduce issues in care issues that increase the risk of complications and the need to return to the hospital. This course is designed to meet the continuing education requirements of health care professionals such as Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Social Workers.
Event Description: This lesson for personal care workers reviews basic safety measures to use and response steps to take to decrease the spread of infections and prevent injury resulting from an unsafe or unclean environment.
Event Description: An entry-level course for paraprofessionals (e.g., homehealth aides, nurses aides, personal care attendants, etc.) to learn about the basic safety measures and maintaining a clean environment. This course will present information on safety measures, emergency situations, and good body mechanics. Additionally, several skills that are necessary to maintain a safe and clean environment are presented.
Event Description: This course focuses on decision making and communication process and applying those skills to a real-life care situation. The course consists of several minicourses that provide a refresher or background information on the client conditions and situations seen in the simulation.
Event Description: Online Series for either inpatient or nursing home and outpatient audience that includes a set of two 1-hour online modules:
Module 1: A Teamwork System Aimed at Optimizing Patient Outcomes
Module 2: IPASS and Appropriate Assertion
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Quality Improvement Organizations
Event Description: Training featuring communication strategies to promote quality and safety. It is designed to help train nursing home staff in teamwork and communication using specific evidence-based tools and strategies which are a part of TeamSTEPPS® 2.0.
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