The AMSA Patient Safety Symposium was held at the Jefferson School of Population Health in Philadelphia, PA on September 7-8, 2012 with the support of funding from The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Centered around seminal National Patient Safety Foundation Unmet Needs report, the symposium aimed to bring together stakeholders in the movement to improve the quality of patient care to explore current topics in patient safety and develop strategies to incorporate these issues into medical education.
The materials below were presented by the line-up of superb patient safety faculty who shared their expertise with attendees.
- Patient Safety Symposium Agenda
- Clancy – Why is Patient Safety Important?
- McDonald – The Knowledge Imperative
- Mayer – Creating a Culture of Safety
- Nash – A Call to Action