Upcoming Dates DECEMBER 8-12, 2014 Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore, MD MARCH 2-6, 2015 MAY 4-8, 2015 SEPTEMBER 14-18, 2015 DECEMBER 7-11, 2015 Constellation Energy Building Baltimore, MD
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.
This program gives participants the knowledge and tools they need to succeed as patient safety leaders.
Focusing on the core competencies needed to drive patient safety improvement, the five-day program covers such essential topics as patient safety culture, patient-centered care, safe design principles, and interdisciplinary teamwork and communication. With these foundational principles as background, participants will explore how to identify and mitigate risks and develop data-driven change efforts, using human factors engineering and Lean strategies to guide their improvement plans. They will see how the Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program (CUSP) provides one model for achieving patient safety outcomes.
The program uses a narrative framework—a fictitious hospital facing real-world patient safety challenges—to immerse participants in the work of problem-solving and planning patient safety initiatives. Mixing both face-to-face sessions and online learning, it is led by experts who have guided patient safety and quality improvement efforts at Johns Hopkins Medicine, across the United States and internationally.
The program is designed to help participants achieve the following goals at their organizations:
The Learning Experience
A small amount of online pre-work will be required.
"This was one of the best run and most practical courses that I have ever attended. The week just flew by. Great instructors with practical examples, and lots of camaraderie with other participants. It was a really terrific learning experience."
- William Brooks, MD, MPH, Tampa, Fla.
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Who Should Attend
This course is designed for anyone who would benefit from training in the core competencies needed to lead patient safety efforts.
Unit- and clinic-level leaders and safety champions Patient safety officers Nurse managers Medical directors Risk managers Quality improvement professionals Vice presidents of medical affairs Individuals moving into a safety oversight role Faculty in the health care professions
This program is co-provided by the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing (IJHN). The IJHN is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 29.5 contact hours are provided by this program.
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