Medical Errors Caused 9.5% of All U.S. Deaths in 2022. Pulse CPSEA Offers Help

Intensive patient advocacy training offered March 14-15, 2024.
By: Pulse CPSEA
WANTAGH, N.Y. - Feb. 23, 2024 - PRLog -- According to a recent report from, medical errors caused 9.5% of all U.S. deaths in 2022.1 In fact, says the report, "Care providers [were found to] make avoidable errors in between 3% and 15% of all medical interventions."

That's bad. But according to Ilene Corina, BCPA, President of Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy, "Something can be done to reduce potential harm to patients. There are many things individuals as well as professional patient advocates can do to reduce the risks."

On March 14-15 caregivers, patients, and professional or would-be professional patient advocates will gather in Plainview, NY for Pulse's Family-Centered Patient Advocacy course: two days of intensive training in patient advocacy, with a special emphasis on patient safety. The course is designed and taught by national leaders in the patient safety movement.

Board-Certified Patient Advocates may earn CE credits for maintaining accreditation by attending.

A few places are still open for the event. The cost is modest, and the Long Island location is close to New York City and major airports.

For more information and to reserve your seat, please visit

Media enquiries:

David Halperin:


Ilene Corina: or (516) 579-4711


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Location:Wantagh - New York - United States
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