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Training Catalog

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.

Latest Trainings

May 16–18, 2022

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. 

May 6-8, 2022

This three-day in person conference will center around four tracks: obstetrics, gynecology, professional development, and office practice with the theme: Reconnect, Recharge, Reset.

April 28-30, 2022

Internal medicine conference addressing a broad array of clinical and practice management topics, including educational sessions on patient safety topics.

Next Cohort begins January 11, 2022

Ten week course (one hour per week) about the science and practice of well-being for healthcare workers and others. Attendees will learn strategies that can enhance their own well-being, and through sharing, the well-being of their co-workers.

Various Dates

This one or two year long series 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.

All Trainings (75)

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Organization: American Association for Physician Leadership
Event Description: This course covers the fundamental aspects of health information technology (HIT) as it relates to patient safety and explains essential aspects of a HIT-enabled health care system.
Event Location: Online
Date: On demand
Event Fee: Fee Associated
CE or CME Offered? Yes
Organization: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Event Description: CDC TRAIN is a gateway into the TRAIN Learning Network, which provides a wide variety of public health training opportunities. Includes numerous patient safety opportunities.
Event Location: Online
Date: On demand
Event Fee: Free
CE or CME Offered? Yes
Organization: American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)
Event Description: Live and on-demand webinars on leading topics in coding, practice management, professional liability, Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC), immunization and quality/patient safety topics.
Event Location: Online
Date: On demand
Event Fee: Fee Associated
CE or CME Offered? Yes
Organization: ODPHP Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Event Description: An interactive training tool that allows users to assume the role of 4 playable characters — a nurse, physician, patient, and pharmacist — and make decisions about preventing adverse drug events related to opioid use.
Event Location: Online
Date: On demand
Event Fee: Free
CE or CME Offered?