2018 Education Opportunities and Accreditation for Nurses

A Special Message for Nurse Managers and Executives

Dear Nursing Colleague,

We all face challenges in quality and safety that directly impact our work as nurses:

  • How we prevent medication errors
  • How we mitigate the emotional toll of medical errors
  • How we empower nurses to drive improvement and safety
  • How we promote a culture of safety
  • How we optimize safety huddles
  • How we lead changes in our local practices
  • How we communicate errors to patients
  • How we standardize care across multidisciplinary teams
  • How we not only support, but help define, broader quality and safety initiatives
  • How we engage frontline staff in process improvement initiatives

The 2018 Healthcare Quality and Safety conference offers state-of-the-art approaches to these challenges.
We invite you to join us for this exciting and timely program and look forward to meeting you.

Jennifer Beloff, RN, MSN, APN
Course Faculty
Executive Director of Quality
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

ACCREDITATION FOR NURSES

Successful completion of this program will award 5.67 nursing contact hours for day 1, and 5.58 contact hours for day 2. Brigham and Women’s Hospital is an Approved Provider of continuing nursing education by the Northeast Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Reasons for Nurses
to Attend in 2018

Education includes Strategies, Updates, and Best Practices for:

  • Interdisciplinary teamwork
  • Workflow efficiency
  • Leading change
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Transitions in care
  • Service excellence
  • Inpatient and ambulatory safety
  • Just culture training and sustainment
  • Patient experience
  • Population health management
  • Risk mitigation
  • Improvement efforts
  • Optimizing value
  • Disclosure of error
  • Standardizing care
  • Multidisciplinary clinical practice councils
  • Oncology care