Upcoming CUSP Workshop
APRIL 2-3, 2014 Constellation Energy Building Baltimore, MD For future dates, please email AILearning@jhmi.edu
Learn how to adopt CUSP—the Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program—to energize patient safety efforts among frontline providers and tackle the hazards that threaten patients.
CUSP is a five-step program designed to change a unit's workplace culture—and in so doing bring about significant safety improvements—by empowering staff to assume responsibility for safety in their environment. Adopted by more than 40 units at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and thousands of units outside of Hopkins, CUSP has been used to target a wide range of problems: patient falls, hospital-acquired infections and medication administration errors, to name a few.
CUSP was also used by more than 1,100 intensive care units across the United States in a highly touted project that reduced central-line associated bloodstream infections by 40 percent.
Participants will gain the knowledge necessary to:
Who Should Attend
Patient safety officers, medical directors, administrators, unit-based safety champions, frontline staff, nurses, individuals moving into a safety oversight role, quality improvement professionals and risk managers. We encourage participants to come as groups.
Note: If you work for an organization that is part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, e-mail AILearning@jhmi.edu to indicate your interest in this course. Please do not attempt to register from this page.
Presentations, informal discussions, and interactive working sessions
The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Credit Designation Statement
This 12.5 contact hour Educational Activity is provided by The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing.
Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute