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National Patient Safety Foundation Unveils Plans for Patient Safety Awareness Week, March 12-18, 2017
Noted Patient Safety Advocates to Speak During Complimentary Webcast Boston, MA, February 14, 2017—Patient Safety Awareness Week, a highlight of the United for Patient Safety Campaign, will be observed March 12-18, 20...
Health Professionals and Public Encouraged to Take Part as United for Patient Safety Campaign Highlights Awareness and Education
March 14, 2016—Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts today issued a citation officially recognizing Patient Safety Awareness Week.
March 16, 2016--Cuero Community Hospital, serving the Greater DeWitt, Texas, community, is recognizing Patient Safety Awareness Week 2016. CCH issued a patient safety proclamation, signed by the mayor of Ceuro City, i...
March 15, 2016--To make an impact on patient safety we need to begin addressing it as a public health issue, just as we have with chronic disease and with other injuries. Read this commentary by NPSF President and CEO...
Centralized and coordinated oversight of patient safety efforts is one of the recommendations of the NPSF report, Free from Harm: Accelerating Patient Safety Improvement Fifteen Years after To Err Is Human. Dr. Tejal ...
Recognizing the importance of patient safety and the need to understand the underlying causes of medical error and to learn from them, Governor Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas recently issued a Proclamation recognizing Mar...
Children's Hospitals Offer Safety Tips for Patient Families During National Patient Safety Awareness Week
“Patient Safety in All Settings” Twitter Chat Will Be Held on Tuesday, March 15, During Patient Safety Awareness Week
Twitter Chat Tuesday, March 15, 20162:00-3:00 pm Eastern Time Participate with the hashtag #PSAW16chat
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