2017 Maryland Patient Safety Conference
Patient Safety Evolving:
Inspiration. Innovation. Collaboration.
On March 17, 2017, the Annual Maryland Patient Safety Conference will bring together an estimated 1,500 allied healthcare workers including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, quality professionals, risk managers and patient safety officers. In its 13th year, the conference will focus on today’s most pressing safety issues and how those issues are fundamental to the delivery of quality care in the safest patient environment possible. The program will feature nationally recognized speakers, including a Keynote Address by the pioneer of Just Culture, David Marx and a Closing Keynote by Sue Sheridan and her son Cal, who will shed new light on their journey with patient safety and the monumental impact one person can have to prevent systemic failures. The latest information on patient safety issues, local and national perspectives on how to address safety challenges, and improvement and risk reduction strategies will also be included in the program.
Registration is free with Maryland Patient Safety Center membership if registered by March 3, 2017. Both members and non-members can register by clicking here.