We invite healthcare professionals to announce and share how you or your organization are taking part in the United In Patient Safety campaign and Patient Safety Awareness Week. In the below box you can share your plans and even photos of how you and your team are taking part. Share a message of what you are doing with your peers and your patients. Just fill out a title to your post, identify your organization, location, and a brief a message or description. You will also see a photo image upload button that you can use. Please abide to all campaign website rules.
We have uploaded the complete information about the TS ICET MBA/ MCA Admission 2018. Kakatiya University is conducting the Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test. This entrance exam provides for admission in various postgraduate courses such as MBA, MCA, and others. The candidates can get admission in the different colleges or institutes located in the Telangana state. Here you can get more information about the TS ICET Notification 2018 such as eligibility, exam date, how to fill the application form, exam pattern and others. Now candidates can start to fill TS ICET Application Form 2018. If you need to know any other information about the entrance exam then you can visit the Kakatiya University official website.
Eligibility of TS ICET 2018
The applicant should have Indian nationality and they should satisfy local or non-local status.
The applicant should have passed three-year bachelor degree with the recognized institution. The applicant must score at least fifty percent in the examination.
The candidate needs to hold qualifies three-year bachelor degree with minimum percent and recognized institute. The candidate must study mathematics at 12th.
TSICET 2018 Exam Date
Kakatiya University has decided to conduct the entrance exam & upload the dates on their official website. The application form is available in the first week of March 2018. The last date for application form submission without the late fee is 1st week of April 2018. Date of TS ICET Exam will conduct on 3rd week of May 2018. Candidates can carry any valid proof along with the admit card.
How to apply TS ICET 2018 Application Form
The online application is available on the official website of the Kakatiya University. The candidate should apply entrance exam in online and there is no offline mode to apply entrance exam. The candidate must read the instruction carefully before applying the application form.
- First, you can visit the official website of Kakatiya University.
- Click application form link and then the ICET Online Form will display.
- Now the candidate can fill the details like name, date of birth, exam center, education, category, and others.
- You can upload the scanned document such as photograph, signature, and others.
- Finally, you can pay the exam fee through the credit card or debit with the applicant basic details such as name, mobile number, and date of birth, email ID and others.
- Then click on submit button and take print out of application form for future purpose
Exam Pattern of TS ICET 2018
The entrance exam will be held on the offline mode. There is no online mode of entrance exam. Objective type question will be asked in this exam. The total number of the question is two hundred available from the different category such as mathematical, analytical and communication. The duration of TSICET Exam will be two hours and thirty minutes. Candidates will be awarded one mark for each correct answer. No mark will deduct for the wrong answer.
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The quality department of Egyptair Hospital with the support and commitment of the top management celebrated the " patient safety awareness week " , was raising the patient safety awareness of the medical staff by walk around all over the hospital units and departments and was distributing many posters , flags, flowers 🌺 with simple words which is clarified the international patient safety goals. Finally, we selected the14th March as a patient safety day campaign. We thank our competent staff with simple prizes for their compliance with patient safety standards
For Patient Safety Awareness Week, eClinicalWorks took every day to celebrate Patient Safety. We filmed a podcast with our CMO and co-founder, Dr. Raj Dharampuriya to help educate viewers on the importance of patient safety. We also had a patient safety superhero-themed photo booth and patient safety game shows and quizzes. Along with that, we recognized our collaboration with the National Patient Safety Foundation and ECRI Institute and the concept that we are all patients.
The Patient Safety/Quality Dept. facilitated (in accordance with the National Patient Safety Foundation) the event by collecting signatures from staff, physicians, administration, volunteers and students who took the pledge. Pledgees were given an "I Took the Pledge" sticker and entered in a grand prize drawing.
Marjorie Shofer, General Patient Safety Program Director for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), shared information about the agency’s patient safety initiatives during the HHS’s Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Patient Safety Awareness Week event. Participants stopped by the AHRQ exhibit to learn more about the various resources for providers and health care facilities.
We care in Dallah hospital by the medication safety for all patients through hiring best qualified pharmaceutical members who are well trained and having good experiences to deliver high quality services that meet the needs of all outpatients and inpatients customers and compliance with the latest universal standards requirements of both national and international accredited bodies as JCI ,CBAHI, ISMP...... Our vision in Dallah Hospital focus on how we become the leader facility in healthcare field in KSA, So we must be committed for advocating patient safety and deliver high quality services that meet the needs and the expectation of our valuable clients. For this we implement the Brown Bag Medication Review process to all our Poly-Pharmacy Patients that help us in maximizing the safety of medication treatment and give opportunity to our patients to ask questions related to their medication and assist the patients to take their medication correctly through reducing Drug-Drug interactions and other Medications discrepancies For All Our Chronic Patients, we give them that message, (Bring your all medications in your next visits to any healthcare providers, and don’t forget this)
The Leadership of Dallah Hospital takes the pledge to support the patient safety through providing all resources and supports for all of these activities that conducted in PSAW hosted by Dallah Hospital *ASK ME 3 program implementation, *Brown bag Medication review Technique , *IPSGs workshop in partnership with our Valuable clients,* Sessions of seminars related to the most advanced strategies applied worldwide to improve Patient safety and comprehensive topics related to raising the awareness to Patient Safety . And we not forget the involvement of our valuable patients in these valuable activities
AHIH has successfully started observing Patient Safety Awareness Week from 12th March 2017. All staff are enthusiastically participating in different activities of patient safety campaign. Activities: 1. Introduction to Patient Safety Awareness Week was given to all staff. 2. Staff took the Pledge for Patient Safety. 3. Displayed patient safety posters & paper tents at Front Office Counters, Nursing Stations & Consultation Rooms. 4. Distributed patient safety badges to all staff. 5. Distributed patient safety pamphlets to all nursing stations & consultation rooms. 6. Started Patient Safety Education Counter at waiting areas. 7. Patients are being educated about patient safety issues through verbal information, pamphlet distribution and displaying patient safety videos on TV's at waiting areas. 8. Presentations, Quiz & skit performances given by staff on Patient Safety Goals. - Dr Vijay Desai, Quality Head
In 2nd day of PSAWV hosted by Dallah Hospital ,Riyadh ,KSA .we take the pledge to illustrating our commitment to Safety of our Valuable clients through conduct IPSGs Workshop in all departments with share from our patients and their families . Dallah Hospital try to improve their efforts to partners their patients and their families in their care plan through implementation of Ask Me3 program and improving the medication safety by using Brown Bag Medication Review Program for our poly-pharmacy patients to remove any medication discrepancies in their medication treatment
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Although we are celebrating all week long here at Bassett Medical Center (Cooperstown, NY), today is especially fun! It is PB&J Day (Purple and Blue Jeans)! Staff get to wear blue jeans and something purple (the color of patient safety). We also hosted our first annual Smucker's PB&J cooking contest! Entries included such delicacies as PB&J tiramisu, Elvis PB&J cheesecake, PB&J bars with a pretzel crust, PB&J chicken, and even PB& J popcorn! Smucker's corporate reps were onsite to provide yummy giveaways and join in the fun. What wonderful and sweet way to celebrate this very important week!
At Andrews Institute ASC it's: Cake for all! While signing the SAFETY pledge!
This year’s Patient Safety Week is even more significant as one of our own has become a patient, so we we’re taking it one step further and dedicating the entire month of March to patient safety awareness and to supporting Duke Raleigh Hospital 's President Dr. Zaas in his fight against leukemia. During the remainder of the month, we encourage all Duke Raleigh employees to engage in patient safety, including snapping a photo of the team showing unity with our patients and our president by wearing patient gowns. This is our daily safety briefing team's photo.
NHB is reminding everyone to help ‘Weed out Germs,’ during this year’s National Patient Safety Awareness Week that is being showcased with a lavish Quarterdeck setup the entire week of March 13-18, 2017.
The Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), with the support of Baxter International, is launching a two-year International Safe Medication Management Fellowship program. The goal of the program is to elevate awareness and to provide healthcare professionals with the education, tools and training to advance medication error prevention in the United States and around the world. See http://www.baxter.com/news-media/newsroom/press-releases/2017/03-15-17-ismp-fellowship.page
380,000 people die annually of infections in LTCFs. Yes CDC reports as many as 380,000 people die of the infections in LTCFs every year. Visit https://www.cdc.gov/longtermcare/ for more information. It is an astounding statistic that does not get enough attention. Yes changing hand hygiene behavior of all staff and better infection control of surfaces is critical to reducing this incredible statistic! Patient Safety Awareness Week is about ALL of our organizations collaborating to make healthcare safer for patients in ways we have NEVER done before. This requires a bit of Positive Deviance strategy: Act your way into a new way of thinking rather than thinking your way into a new way of acting! The "culture of safety" still does not trump "through put" in our healthcare system today. Let's be the change as we all will be patients some day! ------------------------------ Will Sawyer, MD Infection Prevention Expert Sharonville Family Medicine Henry the Hand Foundation Cincinnati, Ohio email@example.com
At Vista Ophthalmic Ambulatory Center, we are committed to the safety of our patients. Our campaign is titled Lifesavers, United for patient safety. We use caps to remind us of our goal, zero error in patient healthcare.
I chose Patient Safety as a community service project to share with my fellow nursing students. I have a heart for patients and their safety. The more informed we are the more we can all work together toward the common goal in keeping our patients safe at all levels.