Training Opportunities

Our core trainings provide healthcare leaders and providers with the skills to launch a CRP in their institution.

We offer trainings throughout the year. Our faculty are the creators and early adopters of CRPs. They bring a combination of intellectual rigor and on-the-ground experience to assist healthcare institutions in successfully adopting CRPs.

  • CRP 101: A one- to two-hour webinar designed to introduce the CRP concept to interested clinicians, healthcare organizations, and liability insurers.
  • CRP Leader Retreat: A two-day intensive, simulation-based training designed to provide organizational teams with an in-depth understanding of the key elements of a CRP and a process for making an informed decision to launch a CRP.

Upcoming Events

Washington Patient Safety Coalition’s Northwest Patient Safety Conference: Driving Toward Collaboration and Safety

May 11, 2020 | Hilton SeaTac Conference Center

Washington Patient Safety Coalition’s Northwest Patient Safety Conference is back May 11, 2020 with a full day of sessions around the theme Driving Toward Collaboration and Safety. This year’s conference will show us how collaboration and safety are cornerstones of patient care and include breakout sessions covering topics of shared decision making with patients, process improvement in internal audits and adverse event investigation, building trust and more, with each talk introduced by a first-hand patient story.

  • Morning Keynote | Dr. Lisa Sanders, Yale School of Medicine and The New York Times  | Every Patient Tells a Story: A Patient Centered Approach to Difficult Diagnoses
  •  Afternoon Plenary | Dr. James McCormack, The University of British Columbia | Shared Decision Making: The Only Real Way to Create Collaboration and Safety in Health Care
  • Closing Session |Dr. John James, Patient Safety America | Shared Decision Making, Informed Consent and the Reasonable Patient
  • Eligibility for  CNE, CME, CPHQ & ACHEC Face to Face credits, and
  • $50 discounts for anyone holding a CPPS credential

Thomas H. Gallagher, MD, Dahlia Mak, Naomi Kirtner and Jeff Goldenberg, MD and Yanling Yu and Rex Johnson will present on Partnering with Patients Following Harm. This workshop will discuss how patients, families, and patient advocates can be integrated into the response to harm events. To include: Encouraging patients to share concerns regarding breakdown in care, involving patients in each element of CRP and using patient and family advocates to better understand the experiences of injured patients.

Upcoming Trainings

We post upcoming trainings on this page. If none are listed, check back regularly. If you are interested in partnering with us to host a CRP Leader Retreat in your area, please contact us.

If you are looking for information on our round tables, webinars, or issue briefs, visit our Action Network page.