Professional training and self‐assessment in obstetric clinical practice appear to be effective in reducing the rate of cesarean sections, thereby improving the health of mothers and their infants as well as bettering the services they receive.
Patient Safety Awareness Week is an annual education and awareness campaign for health care safety led by NPSF. Each year, health care organizations around the globe take part in the event by prominently displaying the NPSF campaign logo and promotional materials within their organizations, creating awareness in the community, and utilizing NPSF educational resources among hospital staff and patients.
Paul Moore from the National Health System has called risk management “the most pressing business issue of our time” – and that fact was certainly confirmed by the number of attendees at a patient safety webcast sponsored by HIROC and the OHA.
The Hanover Hospital is in the final stage of its MOREOB program. The Hanover and District Hospital is welcoming more and more children into the world. The facility is moving into its third and final phase of its MOREOB program. Registered Nurse Anastasia Begon says a lot of positive changes have taken place during the MOREOB journey.
Salus Global is very proud to be participating in the 2013 Canadian Patient Safety Week to assist in focusing the spotlight on patient safety issues and solutions.