2013 Policy and Practice Webinars: Patient Safety and Quality Improvement: What is it and Why is it important?
This program is worth 0.0 CME credits.
Title of Program: “Patient Safety and Quality Improvement: What is it and Why is it important?”
Core Competencies: Systems-based practice, professionalism
Recommended Audience: Trainees, General Neurologists, Specialist Neurologists, Practitioners
Course Director: Jessica D. Lee, MD
Program Description: This program is a webinar “Patient Safety and Quality Improvement: What is it and Why is it important?“ presented as a recorded lecture. It begins with 50-minutes of lecture followed by 10-minutes of questions and answers.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion, participants should be able to: • Understand the history and background of patient safety • Identify situations that lead to medical errors • Avoid medical errors • Develop quality improvement projects
Instructions: Instructions on how to view the recorded webinar will be sent directly via email upon confirmation of registration. This will include step by step instructions.
The recording of the live webinar is presented in video format with informative slides and narration by the course director Jessica D. Lee, MD. Controls for pausing, forwarding and reversing through the presentation are presented at the bottom of the screen.
Staff Contact Information: Please contact Brandi Rajkovich at email@example.com with any questions regarding this online activity.
Software/Hardware Needs: An internet connection and speakers or headphones are required to view the presentation.
Policy on Privacy and Confidentiality: The AANI/AAN will keep confidential and not disclose AANI/AAN member and non-member information collected through this online activity. The AANI/AAN has adopted and adheres to the Privacy Statement accessible at: http://www.aan.com/globals/axon/assets/3269.pdf
Copyright: The AANI/AAN owns copyright in the materials used for the webinar “Patient Safety and Quality Improvement: What is it and Why is it important?."
Evaluation Following Webinar: Complete the evaluation after the webinar.
Estimated time to complete: 60 minutes
Date of Release
November 20, 2012
This module is eligible for CME credits for one year from the release date.
There are no disclosures listed for this program.