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.
This preparation course for the certification exam for ambulatory surgery infection preventionists will addresses all domains of the exam and ASC-specific responsibilities:
This two-day in person conference will focus on "Transformational Leaders: Redesigning Population Health Through Technology, AI, and Resilience." Attendees will identify how quality, financial, and clinical outcomes have improved by leveraging technology to maintain a sustainable path to quality health care, while uncovering where we are still vulnerable.
This in-person conference of physician leaders will include courses on the science of high reliability, crisis management, and emotional intelligence, among other topics.
This online course covers preventable medical errors, including the causes and how teamwork and organizational leadership can improve these issues. Participants will earn a certificate upon successful completion.
This four-day in-person conference hosted by ASHRM will hold sessions that highlight models and strategies that risk managers and patient safety professionals can apply within their organizations to work towards the shared goal of advancing safe and trusted health care. There is also as an opportunity to complete one of ASHRM's certificate programs, such as the Patient Safety Certificate, as part of their pre-conference activities.
This four-day in-person conference will focus on: providing a forum to discuss and apply quality and safety initiatives in the field of surgery, presenting methods used to analyze data from ACS Quality Programs, and assisting hospitals and providers in managing, analyzing, and interpreting data. It will feature plenaries, breakout sessions, and networking sessions with presenters and other attendees.