NTSA April Webinar – A Call to Action: Leveraging Simulation to Improve Patient Safety in our Post-COVID World
4/28/2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Event Type : Webinar
Event Code : 11B0
The confluence of patient safety and COVID-19 over the past year has stretched the capacity of our nation’s healthcare system. Healthcare is truly a human endeavor, and its reliability and the capacity to provide quality care have been tested under these extreme and stressful conditions. Simulation has long been recognized for the integral role it plays in high-risk industries. Healthcare is one of these critical yet high risk industries. This webinar discussion will highlight the current issues surrounding patient safety as we emerge from the trials of this pandemic. The discussion will also identify key issues in today’s healthcare moving forward that can be addressed with simulation and the role that our nation’s leaders may play in supporting its use. The webinar will serve as a kick-off for a number of working groups over the next few months focused on key legislative strategies that can strengthen the use of simulation in healthcare today.
Registration is open and is complimentary for all who wish to join. Space is limited so register today!
Clinical Practice Consultant and Simulation Leader, Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Risk Management and Patient Safety Team
Executive Director, USF Health CAMLS; Assistant Vice President, USF Health Office of lnterprofessional Education and Practice; and Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, USF Health Morsani College of Medicine
Director of Faculty and Fellows, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)
Assistant Professor, School of Health Professions, Eastern Virginia Medical School
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- June 30 – Cyber
- July 28 – AR/VR/ Mixed Reality – Where are we going?
- August 25 – Prelude to IT²EC
- September 29 – Follow up from iFEST 2021
- October 27 – TBD
- November 17 – Prelude to I/ITSEC 2021
- December – No Webinar this month
Dates and topics are subject to change.