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.
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
- Change Management
- Patient Safety
- Leadership and Teamwork for QI
ISMP's series of webinar on Safety topics. Most programs provide required medication/patient safety continuing education credits for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and nurses.
Virtual conference of physician leaders that will include courses related to patient safety, crisis management, and emotional intellegence, among other topics.
Three day in-person and virtual conference offering continuing education credits, over 200 sessions, and networking opportunities for acute and critical care nurses. Patient Safety is one of the professional practice topics that will be covered at conference sessions.
This three day annual meeting focuses on providing smarter, safer care for all patients wherever it is provided - from the hospital to outpatient settings to the home.
This three-day in person conference will center around four tracks: obstetrics, gynecology, professional development, and office practice with the theme: Reconnect, Recharge, Reset.