Understanding Clinician burnout and resilience are key to retaining healthy staff and have been linked to better patient safety. Join us as we discuss the six areas of work-life that habitually predict burnout. Discover practical examples of strategies to bolster resilience and counter burnout.
As a consequence of structural racism and interpersonal biases, Black and other patients of color are systematically undertreated for pain, regardless of pain intensity and condition. Achieving health equity for these groups requires immediate and systematic change. A critical component of this change strategy is ensuring that every provider has the knowledge and skills they […]
One hospital’s journey toward building a Safety-First Culture and how Physician Peer Review came along for the ride! Every hospital and healthcare system are somewhere on the path to becoming a High Reliability Organization. This long trip requires incredible humility, energy, and dedication to ensure the destination is reached! This presentation will describe one hospital’s journey […]
Join HQI and the Alliance for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety for two days of topic-focused breakout sessions, Safe Table discussions, and amazing keynote presenters — all focused on Patient Safety Evaluation Systems. Register today.
Join HQI and the Alliance for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety for two days of topic-focused breakout sessions, Safe Table discussions, and amazing keynote presenters — all focused on Patient Safety Evaluation Systems. 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., PST 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., CST 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., EST “Once you get patient safety right, everything else follows.” […]
As part of vital efforts to improve health care, data is valuable and necessary. But focusing on the numbers may take the focus off the people the numbers represent. In this discussion, Leilani Schweitzer will detail the importance keeping patient, families and the people who care for them at the center of safety improvement efforts. […]
Pulmonary embolisms (PE) are a leading cause of in-hospital mortality and the third-leading cause of cardiovascular deaths behind myocardial infarction and stroke. Most clinicians associate PE with oxygen desaturation, but the big picture includes the “pump problems.” In this webinar, there will be a review of the assessment skills related to PE, and new diagnostic and […]
Thank you for registering. Below are important instructions and materials you will need to participate in the PSES Summit.
Thank you for registering. Below are important instructions and materials you will need to participate in the summit.
Date: May 9 & 10, 2023
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., PT
Managing a patient who is withdrawing from alcohol is a complex balance of accurate assessments, consistent and aggressive medication management, and clear communication between the multi-disciplinary team. The case being presented follows a comprehensive Root Cause Analysis that was performed following the death of a patient withdrawing from alcohol. The case highlights the many challenges […]