The Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety is pleased to recognize 24 individuals who achieved the Certified Professional in Patient Safety(CPPS) credential during February 2017.
They include nursing professionals, pharmacy professionals, health quality professionals, and others, and they represent 15 different states.
Individuals who earned the CPPS credential during February 2017 are as follows:
Susan Duffy, BSN, MBA, CPHQ, CPPS
Kevin Mcqueen, MHA, RRT, CM, CPPS
Dionisio Bencomo, MBA, CPPS
Kelly Frye, CPHRM, RHIA, CHSS, CPPS
Gearl Williams, BSN, CPPS
Kathy Russell, CPPS
Timothy Switaj, MD, FAAFP, CPPS
Sharon Radcliffe, BSc (Hons), MSN, MBA, CPPS
Rachael Dameron, MBA, BHS, RRT-NPS, CPPS
Kristina Hengehold, BSN, MHA, RN, CPPS
Sheila Lewis, BSN, RN, CPPS
Bryan Dildy, MPA, CPPS
Elizabeth Duthie, RN, Ph.D., CPPS
Julie Lyall, MSN, CPPS
Christy Barnes, RN, BSN, MBA, CPPS
Jennifer Galliers, DNP, RN, CPPS
Megan Adams, BSN, RN-BC, CPPS
Rick Kundravi, BS, CPPS
Diane Polombo, PharmD, CPPS
Pam Booker, RN, MSN, CNOR, CPPS
Michael Herman, MHA, ACHE Fellow, CPPS
Oren Guttman, MD, MBA, CHSE, CPPS
Kami Walker, BSN, JD, CPPS
Joseph Winder, MBA, CPPS
To see the full list of Certified Professionals in Patient Safety click here.
About the Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety
The Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety (CBPPS) was established by, but is a separate organizational entity from, the National Patient Safety Foundation, and was created to advance, standardize, and promote patient safety knowledge competencies for health care professionals. To this end, successful completion of the rigorously-designed Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS) exam attests to candidates’ knowledge of essential patient safety competencies, upon which time the board confers the CPPS credential. Those attaining the CPPS designation represent a group of committed professionals from across health care who are determined to advance the patient safety field and make the health care system safer for all. To learn more, go to www.cbpps.org.