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JAMA. 2021-2022. 

Diagnostic excellence achievement is becoming a primary focus in health care. This article series covers diagnosis as it relates to the Institute of Medicine quality domains, clinical challenges, and priorities for improvement across the system.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement. April 6 - June 15, 2022.
Burnout among health care workers negatively affects system improvement. This webinar series will highlight strategies to establish a healthy work environment that strengthens teamwork, staff engagement, and resilience. Instructors include Dr. Donald Berwick and Derek Feeley.

Institute for Healthcare Improvement. March 15 - April 26, 2022.

Root cause analysis (RCA) is a widely recognized retrospective strategy for learning from failure that is challenging to implement. This series of webinars will feature an innovative approach to RCA that expands on the concept to facilitate its use in incident investigations. Instructors for the series will include Dr. Terry Fairbanks and Dr. Tejal K. Gandhi.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement and British Medical Journal. March 30 - April 1 2022, Gothenburg, Sweden.
This onsite conference offers an introduction to quality and safety improvement success and challenges drawing from international experiences. Course activities designed for a multidisciplinary audience supporting the theme of "Creating tomorrow today: how does quality improvement shape the “new normal” " will cover topics such as healthcare inequality, safety culture, and patient partnerships. 
Institute for Healthcare Improvement. March 17-23, 2022, Boston, MA.
Organization executives influence the success of patient safety improvement. This onsite workshop will highlight how leaders can use assessments, planning, and evidence to improve the safety culture at their organizations.
Institute for Safe Medication Practices. January 27-28, 2022.
This virtual workshop will explore tactics to ensure medication safety, including strategic planning, risk assessment, and Just Culture principles.

Patient Safety Movement Foundation. January 25, 2022, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (eastern).

Successful patient safety improvements engage individuals across the continuum of care and administrative processes, including patients as advocates for change. This webinar will highlight the role of the patient in influencing legislation designed to affect systems of care to ensure safe practice.

AHA Training. January 13--February 24, 2022.

Change management skills are important for leaders to implement sustainable safety improvements. This virtual 7-session workshop will use the TeamSTEPPS model to structure organizational approaches for embedding teamwork foundations into processes that support enduring improvement efforts. 

McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences Office of Continuing Professional Development, and McMaster Education Research, Innovation, and Theory. February 16, 2022 (10:00 AM –4:00 PM (eastern).

Clinical reasoning is vulnerable to a variety of cognitive and environmental conditions that can affect its accuracy. This virtual conference will explore how artificial intelligence, system influences, and social integrity impact clinical reasoning.
AHA Team Training. January 26--March 30, 2022.
The TeamSTEPPS program was developed to support effective communication and teamwork in health care. This online series will prepare participants to guide their organizations through implementation of the TeamSTEPPS program. It is designed for individuals that are new to TeamSTEPPS processes.

Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. January 12, 2:00-3:00 PM (eastern).

An organization’s understanding of its culture is foundational to patient safety. This webinar will introduce the AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture™ (SOPS®) program. The session will cover the types of surveys available and review resources available to best use the data to facilitate conversations and comparisons to inform improvement efforts. 

ECRI and Institute for Safe Medication Practices. January 2022 through May 2022.

Collaboratives provide teams with active learning and improvement opportunities based on the experiences of others working toward a collective goal. This collaborative will target safety during surgical procedures. The discussions protected under the sponsors’ Patient Safety Organization status will explore improvement topics such as medication errors and surgical site infections.

December 16, 2021. 

The release of the Workplace Safety supplemental items for use in conjunction with the AHRQ Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture™ helps hospitals assess how their organizational culture supports workplace safety for providers and staff. This webinar provided background on the importance of workplace safety and introduce the Workplace Safety supplemental items.
Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality.
The comprehensive unit-based safety program (CUSP) approach emphasizes improving safety culture through a continuous process of reporting and learning from errors, improving teamwork, and engaging staff at all levels in safety efforts. Available on demand and live, this session covers how to utilize CUSP, including understanding and addressing challenges to implementation.

Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. April 4, 8, 13, 2022.

Human factors engineering (HFE) is a primary strategy for advancing safety in health care. This virtual workshop will introduce HFE methods and discuss how they can be used to reduce risk through design improvements in a variety of process and interpersonal situations.

US House of Representatives Committee on Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Health.  117th Cong. 1st Sess (2021).

The Veterans Health Administration is a large complex system that faces various challenges to safe care provision. At this hearing, government administrators testified on current gaps that detract from safe care in the Veteran’s health system. The experts discussed several high-profile misconduct and systemic failure incidents, suggested that the culture and leadership within the system overall enables latency of issues, and outlined actions being taken to address weaknesses.
American Society for Healthcare Risk Management. Louisville, KY, April 4-9, 2022.
This onsite program will cover key patient safety concepts and how to apply them to improve safety. To help prepare attendees for designing and sustaining safety initiatives at their organizations, preconference activities will discuss safety culture, human factors, communication, and leadership development.