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10/9/2012 6:00 PM

Canada’s Virtual Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement is fast approaching.  Don’t miss out on this free online forum, available live over the Internet!  With 20-hours of presentations, videos and panel discussions delivered by experts in healthcare and patient safety, the forum is taking place from October 29 to November 2, in conjunction with Canadian Patient Safety Week.

“Whether you are in the comfort of your office or your home, the Canadian Patient Safety Institute looks forward to welcoming you when we go live on October 29th,” says Hugh MacLeod, CEO.  “We have an outstanding line-up of speakers and I encourage you to check out the program and join our virtual audience for any or all of the sessions.”

Each of the five days is themed to profile key topics, including: leadership and culture; falls reduction strategies; medication safety; infection control; and patient safety across the board, probing the question, ‘Is healthcare safer?’. With four hours of programming a day, three presentations will be delivered in English and one in French each day. Poignant patient narratives will be profiled daily to set the stage for the presentations.  You can also tune-in for a 10-minute recap of tools and resources available on each topic at the end of the each day’s session. Click here to view the detailed program.

More than 1,100 individuals have already registered for this year’s forum. Sessions from the inaugural forum held last year were viewed by more than 2,500 registrants from 17 countries around the world. 

We invite individuals and organizations to join in the engaging, compelling and informative discussions. Mark your calendar and register today for Canada’s Virtual Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement at asklistentalk.ca.