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Agenda

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​This year's Patient Safety Congress will focus on the following tracks:
  • Safety Across the Continuum of Care
  • Culture and Leadership
  • Learning Systems for Improving Safety
  • Safe and Equitable Care for Populations with Diverse Health Needs
  • Workforce Safety
  • Patient- and Family-Engagement

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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

3:00pm 
6:00p​m
Registration​​

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

7:00a​m –​​
8:00am
Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00am –
3:00​pm​
  • Immersion Workshop I
    Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS) Review Course
  • Immersion Workshop II
    Leadership Day Immersion Workshop
    Achieving the Safest Care: Leading the Implementation of the National Action Plan for Patient Safety
  • Immersion Workshop III
    Demonstrating the Application of Human Factors and Systems Safety Principles: Thinking Differently About Patient Safety
  • Immersion Workshop IV
    Exemplars in Patient Safety, A 'Master Class' 
  • Immersion Workshop V
    Patient Safety Fundamentals: Competencies and Improvement Opportunities for Patient Safety Professionals
3:30pm –
5:30pm​
Learning & Simulation Center | Opening Reception | Posters | Simulation | Innovation Theater
5:45pm 
6:45pm
Keynote One: Better Maternal Outcomes: Redesigning Systems with Black Women
Trissa Torres, MD
Joia Crear Perry, MD
Kaprice Welsh, CNM

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Thursday, May 14, 2020

7:00am
8:00am
Registration & Breakfast
8:00am –
9:15am
Keynote Two: Presented by the Lucian Leape Institute
Joanne Disch, MD
Gary Kaplan, MD
Clare Morrison, MBE

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9:45am –
10:45am
A Workshop Sessions
  • A1 Engaging Clinicians to Enhance Safety Through Transparency and Professionalism
  • A2 We Are All In This Together: Moving Beyond Clinician Focused Peer Support
  • A3 The Road to Zero Preventable Harm: Start Strong, Finish Strong
  • A4 Safe Care is Equitable Care
  • A5 Preventing Suicide by Addressing Environmental Risks
  • A6 Patient and Family Engagement: TBA​
11:00am –
12:00pm
B Workshop Sessions
  • B1 Employee Engagement: The Missing Link to Building a Culture of Excellence
  • B2 Protecting Pediatric Hospital Staff from Harmful Patient Behaviors: Novel Approaches And Success!
  • B3 Generating a Future Vision of Patient Safety: Optimizing Safety Competencies into Academics
  • B4 Implicit Bias, Implications, and Discordant Healthcare Practices in the LGBTQ Community
  • B5 Ensuring Safety Across the Organization: Deploying a Root Cause Analysis Process in Ambulatory Care
  • B6 Patient and Family Engagement: TBA
12:00pm –
1:30pm
Learning & Simulation Center | Lunch | Posters | Simulation | Innovation Theater
1:45pm
2:45pm
C Workshop Sessions
  • C1 The Accountable Care Unit Model: Our Journey through Disruptive Innovation
  • C2 Behavior Risk Assessment Tool to Determine Violence Risk in Patients
  • C3 The Future of Patient Safety: Automated Measurement Using Current EHRs
  • C4 Simulation Based Training to Inspire Providers in the Opioid Crisis
  • C5 Virtual Exam Room of Hazards: Improving Ambulatory Safety Through Teamwork
  • C6 Patient and Family Engagement: TBA​​​
3:00pm –
4:15pm
Keynote Three: Drum Cafe

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4:30pm
6:30pm
Learning & Simulation Center | Networking | Posters | Simulation | Innovation Theater

Friday, May 15, 2020

7:00am 
8:30am
Registration & Breakfast
8:45am
9:45 am
D Workshop Sessions
  • D1 A New Evidenced-Based Roadmap to Safer Patient Care
  • D2 Workforce Safety: TBA
  • D3 Lean and Patient Safety: The Perfect Partners
  • D4 Supporting Transgender Patients in Health Care
  • D5 Development and Implementation of a Safety Management System across a Health System
  • D6 Patient and Family Engagement: TBA
10:00am
11:00 am
E Workshop Sessions
  • E1 Powerful Partnership of Event Reporting and Classification within a Just Culture Environment
  • E2 Workforce Safety: TBA
  • E3 Learning Systems for Improving Safety: TBA
  • E4 Safe and Equitable Care: Vulnerabilities of Cognitively Impaired Patients in Acute and Post-Acute Care Settings
  • E5 Safety Across the Continuum of Care: TBA
  • E6 Patient and Family Engagement: TBA
11:15am
12:15pm
Keynote Four: Ready for Action: Improving Patient Safety Together
Jeff Brady, MD
Tejal Gandhi, MD
Steve Muething, MD
Mary Beth Kingston, RN

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