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NPSF Patient Safety Congress
May 23-25, 2016, Scottsdale, Arizona


Media Information

The National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) welcomes members of the media to the 18th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress, and we will partner with you to provide the access and information you require. Complimentary media passes are limited, and are granted to working journalists affiliated with recognized media organizations, as well as selected freelance writers, contributing editors, and analysts. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate requests for credentials from public relations, advertising, or marketing firms, print brokers, or sales personnel. Individuals who are not eligible for a press pass should follow the standard NPSF registration process. 

To request a media pass, please send us the following information:

  • A copy of a business card that includes your name, title, and media organization
  • A copy of a bylined article in a print or online publication written by you and published within the last twelve (12) months
  • If defined, coverage/story intentions (to assist us in providing appropriate supporting materials) 

NPSF also reserves the right to request an original letter of assignment, copy of contract from publisher or news organization, or other documentation.

Please submit your information to Patricia McTiernan using one of the following methods:

  • E-mail to Patricia McTiernan 
  • Fax to 617.391.9999
  • Mail to: NPSF, 268 Summer St., 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02210

A complimentary media pass entitles you to entrance to all Congress sessions and events and the exhibit hall. 


Members of the media are responsible for their own travel, accommodations, and other expenses. Permission for videotaping, filming, or recording in any manner must be obtained in advance from NPSF. We reserve the right to request credentials or other documentation at any time. 


NPSF requests copies of all published material (print or online) and transcripts (if appropriate) with NPSF or NPSF Congress coverage.


If you have any questions regarding media access, please contact Patricia McTiernan via e-mail or call 617. 391.9922 


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