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The recent news stories about Dr. Larry Nassar allegedly molesting as many as 125 young girls demonstrate that that we can’t always trust our clinicians. Yet, we live in a society where we too often hear, “No medical professionals wake up in the morning wanting to harm their patients.”
Raising awareness about implicit racial bias and unequal treatment.
National Patient Safety Expert Ilene Corina Launches Public Speaking Tour
President of Pulse Center for Patient Safety shares 20 years of patient safety advocacy experience
Patient safety group Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy (Pulse CPSEA) is pleased to announce receipt of a $15,000 grant from the Long Island Community Foundation supporting its ASK For Your Life Campaign, which aims to promote racial equality in health care on Long Island.
Infection Prevention Experts Talk Patient Safety at Pulse CPSEA Annual Symposium
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Pulse Center for Patient Safety Announces June 2017 Family-Centered Patient Advocacy Training
Wantagh, NY, April 17, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Pulse Center for Patient Safety Advocacy & Education (formerly PULSE of NY) today announced its ...
Long Island Hospitals' Grades in Latest Patient Safety "Report Card"
Editorial by Patient Safety Educator Ilene Corina, President, Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy (formerly PULSE of NY)
Pulse Board Member Marissa Abram Cited as a Rising Star in Nursing by Modern Healthcare's
She has been a board member of Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy (Pulse CPSEA — formerly PULSE of NY) since 2014. Pulse is ...
Nurse practitioners may certify patients for medical marijuana in New York starting Nov. 30, and a proposed measure would allow physician assistants to do likewise, state health officials said.
Enduring Really Long Waits at the Emergency Room
U.S. News & World Report-May 8, 2015
Speaking up can help. Ilene Corina, president and founder of PULSE of New York, a nonprofit patient safety group, spends a lot of time in ERs.
I-Team: Millions of Pounds of Prescription Drugs Wasted Each Year
NBC New York-Feb 22, 2015
Pharmacist Bob Grisnick notices the stressed faces of his customers when they ask how much it will cost to buy their medicine. The I-Team's Pei ... http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/unused-prescription-medicine-pharmacy-giveback-drugs-wasted-293019271.html
NY Website Allowing Background Checks on Doctors Could Shut ...
NBC New York-Feb 3, 2015
But Ilene Corina, who lobbied for the site more than a decade ago after her 3-year-old son bled to death following a routine tonsillectomy, said ...
North Shore-LIJ Health System posting patient satisfaction ratings ...
Newsday-Aug 27, 2015
"I am so glad North Shore is holding physicians accountable," said Ilene Corina, president of the nonprofit patient safety group PULSE of NY in ...
How to Take Charge of Your Hospitalization
U.S. News & World Report-Jul 9, 2014
This go-to person and other visitors also need to play an active role in your care when they visit you, says Ilene Corina, the founder and ...
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