Patient Safety First Collaborative – Reality Check: What will it take to become a high reliability organization?
Pacific Palms Resort and Conference Center, City of Industry

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  1. INCORPORATE reliability objectives in the design of quality initiatives
  2. DISCUSS the body’s response to blood transfusion
  3. APPLY standardized guidelines to opioid prescribing practices

AGENDA — Thursday, September 8, 2016

  • 7:30AM—8:30AM: Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 8:30AM—9:00AM: Patient Safety First— 2017
    • Julia Slininger, RN, BS, CPHQ
  • 9:00AM –10:30AM: The High Reliability Revolution
    • David Ninan, MD & Tammy Lowe, RN, Riverside University Health System Medical Center
  • 10:30AM-10:45AM—Break
  • 10:45AM—12:00PM
  • Safe Opioid Prescribing Saves Lives
    • Speaker TBD
  • 12:00PM-12:45PM— Lunch & Networking
  • 12:45PM—2:00PM: Pathophysiology of Blood Transfusions—What we’re still learning
    • Speaker TBD
  • 2:00PM—2:30PM: High Reliability Organizing
    • Julia Slininger, RN, BS CPHQ


This program is designed to meet the educational needs of Physi-cians, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Case Managers, and others. Com-plete attendance of this conference qualifies for: 5 ACHE, and 5 BRN credit hours.

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