The AHRQ PSNet Training Catalog is an easy to use resource for healthcare professionals across all settings of care and specialties looking for education opportunities to further their knowledge of patient safety practices and principles. Some training opportunities are available as in-person meetings while others are conducted via live or archived webinar. Opportunities are updated on a monthly basis and can be searched by critical fields such as event location, fee, and CE/CME availability. Opportunities are national in scope and identified from not for profit organizations, academic institutions, government agencies, and member associations.
A series of trainings on antibiotics, antibiotic resistance and stewardship, and a case study on Clostridium Difficile, focusing on the LTC setting.
Meetings for interprofessional teams of clinicians and administrators who focus on quality and patient safety
This year’s two, half-day virtual patient safety conference will focus on regional collaboration with input from Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, bringing together healthcare professionals, patients, families, and advocates from across state and national borders.
Four day, in-person conference of physician leaders with the themes of "Reconnect. Refresh. Restart." This conference will feature prominent faculty in the field and include breakout sessions, courses related to patient safety, webinars, and mission-driven initiatives.
This annual meeting focuses on the provision of high quality, equitable care. Previous years have included specific sessions on patient safety principles.