Pulse Center for Patient Safety, Education & Advocacy is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to raising awareness about patient safety through advocacy, education and support.
OUR THREE PILLARS
At Pulse CPSEA, we are committed to creating a supportive and informed community that advocates for patient safety at every level. Through our services, we strive to empower individuals to become effective advocates and improve the overall quality of care for patients.
Pulse CPSEA stands ready to support survivors of medical injuries and their loved ones. We empathize with the challenges that arise from requiring ongoing medical care.
At Pulse CPSEA, we are dedicated to ensuring that individuals receive the education they need to become empowered patients, or to support patients. Through our programs, discussion groups, and valuable resources, we strive to enhance patient knowledge, foster self-advocacy, and promote positive healthcare experiences for all.
Together, we can make a difference in the healthcare system by promoting safer practices. Your donation will directly contribute to our efforts in raising awareness, providing education, and advocating for positive patient outcomes.
Our Monthly Programs:
Virtual, the first Wednesday of the month 7:00 PM EST
Earn 1 BCPA CE Credit per meeting
Looking for an engaging speaker to inspire your team or organization? Look no further! Our speakers at Pulse CPSEA are equipped to deliver informative and thought-provoking presentations on patient safety, healthcare advocacy, and much more. To schedule a speaker for your event or meeting, fill out the form provided here.
Mark R. Chassin, M.D..MPP,MPH
President, The Joint Commission
"I understand from staff that you immediately engaged the audience and held them riveted throughout the hour."
Connecticut Center for Patient Safety
"Thank you. You did exactly what I had hoped you would do....inspire us."
LCSW, High School Social Worker
“Your enthusiasm and commitment to helping teens increase awareness about patient safety and good healthcare infused your classroom presentation. You had vital and timely information to share and did so in an engaging manner.”