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Developing a Culture of Safety in Health Care: The Benefits of Becoming a High Reliability Organization

When: Jun 24, 2015

Where: George Mason University

High reliability organizations (HROs) are able to reduce errors through culture changes and technology while working in an inherently high-stress, high-tempo environment. This one-day workshop, designed for hospital middle managers and nurse educators, will provide a basis for understanding how adopting HRO operational practices can help create a culture of safety, reduce the number of errors, and meet safety, quality, and efficiency goals.

W. Earl Carnes, U.S. Department of Energy (retired), Senior Advisor for High Reliability

Dr. Daved van Stralen, Medical Director Riverside County Emergency Services Agency
Mark A. Crafton, Executive Director State and External Relations, The Joint Commission
Dr. Bahadir Inozu, NOVACES, LLC

June 24, 2015 8:30am - 4:30pm
George Mason University, Fairfax
Merten Hall, Room 1202

Cost: $300.00
15% Government/Military discount available

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