8th Annual QSEN Conference May 30-June 1, 2017
8th Annual QSEN International Forum: Going the Magnificent Mile with the QSEN Competencies
May 30-June 1, 2017
Don't miss this year's must-attend implementation & dissemination and safety-focused event, and see the complete conference schedule.
Register by April 28 for a reduced rate: http://qsen.org
At the 2017 QSEN National Forum, we would like to highlight the Safety Competency which emphasizes the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that minimize risk of harm to patients and providers through both system effectiveness and individual performance.
The breakout sessions feature patient safety, including:
· Teaching innovations related to patient safety in pre-licensure and graduate nursing programs.
· Integrating evidence based tools and/or programs (e.g. TeamSTEPPS, CUSP, etc.) into educational programs or practice based safety programs.
· Doctoral student projects or research related to patient safety, the culture of safety, and other safety concepts.
As the largest health profession with 3.1 million RNs and growing, nurse can and should lead efforts to reduce patient harm across all care settings.
I am excited to share my poster: A web-based approach to preparing novice clinical nursing instructors during the poster presentation session.
I hope to see you at the upcoming 8th annual Quality Safety Education for Nurses International Forum in Chicago on May 30-June 1, 2017.
More information can be found at http://qsen.org