The 'Become a Patient Safety Trainer' (BPST) conference offers a comprehensive quality and patient safety program for frontline teams. The 2-day session will prepare attendees to deliver a high-impact, comprehensive patient safety curriculum, utilize effective teaching approaches based on adult education methods, promote effective fundamental patient safety practices in their organization, and foster a culture of patient safety.
With an emphasis on creativity and excellence in educational techniques, the PSEP – Canada conference is delivered by well-respected quality and patient safety healthcare professionals and educators from across Canada and focuses on:
Applying human factors in the workplace
Scientific methods for improving safety
Organizational culture and dealing with change
Moving beyond blame to systems thinking
How to teach and implement patient safety
Participants who complete the program will be certified as PSEP – Canada trainers and will be equipped with a full patient safety education curriculum, including trigger tape vignettes, case-based learning tools and customizable presentations. Participants also engage in organizational team action planning, leaving the learning event with concrete implementation plans.
Please find a list of our upcoming conferences below. Please select a date for more information on the session.
Session: September 14-15, 2016 [Winnipeg, MB]
Session: September 20-21, 2016 [Toronto, ON]
Session: Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2016 [Toronto, ON]
Session: October 19-20, 2016 [Calgary, AB]
Session: November 22-23, 2016 [Sioux Lookout, ON]
Engage frontline professionals and take your organization’s quality and patient safety culture to the next level. Enroll your interprofessional team today!
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What you should know before registering…
Applicants must have a commitment from an executive leader in their organization to
participate in a one hour, post-conference executive session webinar, as well as demonstrated support at the executive level of their institution for dissemination within their home organization.
In addition, applicants are encouraged to attend as a team that includes at least one physician, one other clinical professional such as a nurse, pharmacist or other provider, and one healthcare administrator with responsibility for patient safety and quality. These safety trainers will be trained in both core curriculum content and teaching skills to effectively equip them to convey the core curriculum to end-learners in their home institutions.
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