Friday, March 15, 2019 | 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. | Sentinel Hotel, Portland, OR
Please join us on Friday, March 15, along with your colleagues from Oregon’s healthcare community, for a morning dedicated to making healthcare safer for all Oregonians.
- Price: $50 (15% discount for groups of 5 or more)
- Includes full breakfast
- Target Audience: All healthcare professionals, from clinicians to leadership.
Cancellation Policy: To receive a refund, cancellations must be made at least 7 days in advance of the event.
Session 1: Building a Culture of Psychological Safety in Healthcare Organizations
- Identify the emotional impact of adverse events on clinicians
- Recognize the effect this impact has on disclosure and reporting, patient safety, quality of care, and provider well-being
- Identify the rationale for having a peer support program
Session 2: Professionalism Maters: The Cost of Inaction
- Recognize the connection between professionalism, team communication, and patient safety
- Identify the contributors and barriers to resolving conflict among health care team members
- Apply the skill of using frame-based feedback to relationship building on all levels
17th Annual Northwest Patient Safety Conference
May 7, 2019 | Seattle, WA
Washington Patient Safety Coalition’s Northwest Patient Safety Conference is back May 7, 2019 at the Hilton Seattle Airport with a full day of sessions around the theme Raising the Bar on Compassion for Patients and Providers. The event will include breakout sessions covering topics of empathetic engagement with patients, compassionate care for caregivers, innovations in improving diagnoses, a special track on communication & resolution implementation following adverse events, and more, with each talk introduced by a first-hand patient story. Dr. Bryan Sexton of Duke University Patient Safety Center will deliver the morning keynote followed up by an afternoon plenary by Dr. Michael Goldberg of Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare, both bringing different angles to the topic of burnout and how compassionate systems help to reduce it, delivering better outcomes for both patients and providers. Dr. Mark Graber, founder of the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) and Sue Sheridan, SIDM’s Director of Patient Engagement and a passionate long-time patient advocate inspired by her family’s own experiences with adverse events (and recently starring in the documentary, To Err is Human!), will deliver back-to-back closing sessions covering the problem of diagnostic error and how true patient engagement is a key part of the solution.