Upcoming NPSF Events
18th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress
Monday May 23–Wednesday May 25, 2016
Registration is now open—
Join us at the one and only globally relevant conference with a sole focus on patient safety. This meeting offers inspiring keynote sessions with renowned thought leaders, hands-on educational breakout sessions led by get-it-done experts, and an engaging and interactive Learning & Simulation Center. Get the details and register.
Last Call for Posters
Submit Abstracts by Friday, December 18, 2015, at 11:59 pm ET
Abstracts are solicited for Research and Solutions poster presentations. Initiatives that cross or link stakeholder groups are encouraged. The deadline for submissions is. Learn more.
Professional Learning Series Webcasts
The NPSF Professional Learning Series offers the convenience of continuing education and peer-to-peer collaboration in an online learning environment.
We’ve reduced the cost of attendance to only $99 per session beginning with the January 2016 program.
Emotional Harm from Disrespect
Tuesday, January 12, 2016 | 1:00–2:00pm ET
Ken Sands, MD, MPH
Chief Quality Officer and Senior VP, Health Care Quality
and other faculty from
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Learn more. Registration will open soon.
Want a discount on Professional Learning Series webcasts? Join one of our membership programs. Stand Up for Patient Safety member organizations receive complimentary registration for their teams. Members of the American Society of Professionals in Patient Safety (ASPPS) may register for their individual participation at the member rate of only $20.
Communication and Resolution Leader Retreat
February 18–19, 2016 | Palo Alto, CA
Communication and Resolution Programs (CRPs) are an approach to handling adverse events that require health care organizations to provide open and transparent communication while prioritizing the needs of patients, families, and providers and ultimately improving patient safety within the organization. NPSF is co-sponsoring this two-day program with the Collaborative for Accountability and Improvement. Read more.
Patient Safety Awareness Week: March 13–19, 2016
NPSF is reprising the theme of United in Safety. Save the date and check our website, as we will be updating resources soon.