PEOPLE for Patient Safety
Who Should Attend: Individuals from the healthcare workforce (both current and retired), patient advocates, caregivers, and community members with firsthand experience of the healthcare system.
When: The second Monday of each month
Time: 7:00 PM Eastern Time - Feel free to join early for check in and casual conversation.
What to Expect:
People for Patient Safety comprise individuals from the healthcare workforce (both current and retired), patient advocates, caregivers, and community members with firsthand experience of the healthcare system. The objective is to empower patients and families to navigate the healthcare system safely.
Established in 2014, PPS serves as a platform for healthcare professionals, caregivers, and community members to exchange valuable insights on patient safety. This dynamic exchange enables participants to learn from one another's successes and acquire a deeper understanding of safe care and best practices.
PPS does not offer medical advice and is not focused on individual health. Rather, PPS is dedicated to enhancing healthcare interactions and outcomes.
Mark Your Calendar!
Because we are concentrating on the March 14th and 15th Family Centered Patient Advocacy Training, all programs will resume in April. Hope to see you then!
Join us for the upcoming PPS session and be a part of an engaging discussion on healthcare topics that matter. Register now to secure your spot and receive the Zoom link directly in your email.
Register today and mark your calendar for an enriching conversation that can empower you in your healthcare journey.
Your donation will directly contribute to our efforts in raising awareness, providing education, and advocating for positive patient outcomes.
Disclaimer: The information which is shared during Pulse meetings and programs does not constitute professional advice and should NOT be used as a substitute for seeking professional care for the diagnosis and treatment of any illness either physical, mental or emotional. Read Full Disclaimer Here