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Wed, 27 Jun


The Westin City Centre Bahrain

Patient Safety Workshop 10-CME Credit (1)

NHRA (10) Credit Hour Two-Day Workshop on "Patient Safety & Priorities", June 27-28, 2018 from 8:00 am in Westin Hotel, Bahrain City Center, Bahrain. The event is presented by Dr Abdalla Ibrahim. Contact +97366634241 & +97336077750 Email: &

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Patient Safety Workshop 10-CME Credit (1)
Patient Safety Workshop 10-CME Credit (1)

Time & Location

27 Jun 2018, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

The Westin City Centre Bahrain, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Highway, Al Seef District, Manama, Bahrain

About The Event

Patient Safety & Priorities

Hundreds of thousands of patients are harmed or die each year due to unsafe practices in healthcare organizations. Unexpectedly, such unsafe healthcare practices have shifted up medical error to be the third leading cause of death in the USA (251,454 patients die in hospitals each year, (BMJ, May 2016). Understanding the patient safety principles and implementing the healthcare safety priorities is the first steps towards improving patient care and saving patient life. This Patient Safety Priorities Two-Day Workshop is tailored to provide positive insight on the essential practices to cultivate patient safety culture in healthcare organization. By attending this workshop you will learn how to achieve excellence, identifying potential risks and minimizing errors in healthcare practices.


Current Healthcare Epidemic of medical error

Types and common venues of medical errors

Strategy to achieve patient safety

The 18 Safety Targets of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

The Required Organizational Practices (ROPs) of Accreditation Canada

The International Patient Safety Goals (IPSGs) of the Joint Commission International (JCI)

The Essential Safety Requirements (ESRSs) of The Saudi Central board for healthcare Institutions (CBAHI)

How to achieve patient safety culture

The important risky area in healthcare communications

The patient safety issues in medication management

The high priority inherent risks in healthcare services

How to develop a prospective strategy to prevent medical errors in the future


This activity is positively designated for the following staff:

All healthcare practitioners and professionals including doctors, surgeons, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, technicians, and healthcare allied services

Healthcare Managers and Leaders

Head of Departments

Quality leaders and Accreditation teams

Infection Prevention and Control Committees

Facility Management and Safety Officers

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