The CPSO course is designed to help develop professional or research skills for those who are interested in effecting patient safety outcomes. This course will assist participants in understanding how to effectively meet the requirements of a patient safety program and how to implement national and international patient safety goals in healthcare organizations and in particular hospitals. Emphasis will be placed on the effective use of resources by developing intervention strategies based on patient and clinical risks. By the end of the course, you will have developed your own comprehensive patient safety program for your department, unit, or institution.
Patient safety overview
The interaction between patient safety and risk management
Principles of national and international patient safety goals
Implementing patient safety goals in a hospital
Techniques to improve patient safety
Patient safety indicators towards performance improvement
Medical errors and adverse occurrences
Medical errors management
Ethics, the law and patient safety
Test questions and practice exam for the CPPS
Documentation and Medical record
Patient safety and quality tools
Patient Safety checklists and compliance
Designing and implementing patient safety programs in hospitals and clinics
Quality, cost, access and impact on patient safety
Case Studies and Group Work
CPPS Curriculum review
Study tips and exam strategies towards CPPS
Comprehensive Examination (Multiple Choice Questions)
Shown price is per person. Please select two tickets in registration process.
Shown price is per person. Please select three tickets in registration process.