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By Pulse CPSEA
The TakeCHARGE Campaign: 5 Steps to Safer Health Care returned this month for its fifth year, re-launched to coincide with Patient Safety Awareness Week 2024 (March 10-16).
By Pulse CPSEA
Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy, the leader in teaching the public how to get safer medical care, has just completed delivery of its Family-Centered Patient Advocacy course — two days of intensive training in keeping patients...
By Pulse CPSEA
The TakeCHARGE Campaign: 5 Steps to Safer Health Care is back this month for its fifth year, re-launching to coincide with Patient Safety Awareness Week 2024 (March 10-16).
By Pulse CPSEA
Intensive patient advocacy training offered March 14-15, 2024.
By Pulse CPSEA
Leading patient safety group offers intensive two-day course
By Pulse CPSEA
Leading patent safety nonprofit's now offers membership after more than 25 years of service.
By Pulse CPSEA
Help nonprofit continue 25+ years of helping patients and families get the best outcomes from health care.
By Pulse CPSEA
Online "virtual party" a chance for holiday shopping while supporting safer health care.
By Taiwan Patient Safety Culture Club
To commemorate 2023's World Patient Safety Day on Sunday, September 17, set by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Taiwan Patient Safety Culture Club (TPSCC) held its first "Patients for Patient Safety Taiwan (PFPS TW)" Conference on the afternoon...
By Pulse CPSEA
Comics remind us that "Patient safety isn't funny, but laughter is the best medicine."
By Pulse CPSEA
New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center also joins as a major sponsor.
By Pulse CPSEA
Registration and Exhibitor booths still available for major Pulse CPSEA event.
By Pulse CPSEA
Two-day virtual event will bring together patient safety experts, advocates and patients.
By Pulse CPSEA
Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy today announced that patient safety leader Helen Haskell will be one of the co-chairs of its next symposium on patient safety, to take place March 15 and 16, 2023.
By Pulse CPSEA
Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy will put the "fun" in fundraising on Sunday, January 22, 2023 with virtual games, an online scavenger hunt and an "open mic" for all talented guests to sing, dance, tell jokes, or otherwise...
By Pulse CPSEA
Two-day virtual event will bring together patient safety experts, patient advocates and patients who are encouraged to come learn with their families.
By Pulse CPSEA
Symposium's experts will explore latest developments in patient safety.
By National Perinatal Information Center
This innovative collaboration will feature both live and virtual components that will address maternal and newborn safety, including raising awareness and prevention of newborn falls.
By National Perinatal Information Center
This innovative collaboration will feature both live and virtual components that will address maternal and newborn safety, including raising awareness and prevention of newborn falls.
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By American IV Association
Chief Evangelist Tim Sawyer interviewed Jeff Cohen, Esq., Founder of the Florida Healthcare Law Firm recently on the True to Form Podcast, a podcast that connects you to the people, technology, and hot topics that shape the aesthetic community and...
By Pulse CPSEA
Leading patient safety education and advocacy group continues recent expansion.
By Pulse CPSEA
#3 of public awareness campaign's "5 Steps to Safer Health Care" aims to prevent "doorknob moments"
By Pulse CPSEA
Leading patient safety and advocacy group Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy will host an online fundraiser based on "musical bingo" with songs instead of numbers, May 15, 2022 from 7:00pm to 8:15.

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