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Sep, 04 2019

Design Thinking: A Human-Centred Approach to Health Care Improvement

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute is proud to support this event. This event is hosted by: BC Patient Safety Quality Council

Sep, 12 2019

Sep, 23 2019

Integrated Risk Management in Health Care Settings

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute is proud to support this event. This event is hosted by: Spark Conferences

Oct, 01 2019

Learning Session 3: Measurement and Monitoring of Safety in Canada SIP Learning Collaborative

On October 23, 2018 CPSI launched a new safety improvement project. A learning collaborative approach with expert faculty and mentoring over 18 months. Based upon the Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework (2013). This follows on the success of a 12-month demonstration project that was led by Dr. Ross Baker at the University of Toronto. During this new Safety Improvement Project, participating teams will be supported in rewiring their thinking on patient safety and work within their organization to foster and promote a new approach to safety.

Oct, 08 2019

Atlantic Quality and Patient Safety Learning Exchange

The Atlantic Health Quality and Patient Safety Collaborative (AHQPSC), through partnership support of the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI), welcomes you to attend this year's Atlantic Health Quality & Patient Safety Learning Exchange (ALE 2019) which will take place at the Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, October 8 – 9, 2019.

Nov, 18 2019

World Antibiotic Awareness Week

World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2019 will be celebrated 18 - 24 November.

Dec, 07 2019

2nd Saudi Patient Safety Center International Patient Safety Conference 2019.

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute is proud to support this event. This event is hosted by: Saudi Patient Safety Center

Mar, 24 2020

Closing Congress: Measurement and Monitoring of Safety in Canada SIP Learning Collaborative

On October 23, 2018 CPSI launched a new safety improvement project. A learning collaborative approach with expert faculty and mentoring over 18 months. Based upon the Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework (2013). This follows on the success of a 12-month demonstration project that was led by Dr. Ross Baker at the University of Toronto. During this new Safety Improvement Project, participating teams will be supported in rewiring their thinking on patient safety and work within their organization to foster and promote a new approach to safety.