Healthcare Improvement Scotland webinar: QI Connect with Frank Federico

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This month’s speaker at the HIS Quality Improvement webinar series is Frank Federico, R.Ph. Vice President and Senior Safety Expert, Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The webinar takes place Thursday 25 April 2019, 4pm–5pm, UK time.

Frank’s primary areas of focus include patient safety and application of reliability principles in health care. He is also faculty for the Patient Safety Executive Development Program and has authored a number of articles focusing on patient safety.  Frank coaches teams and lectures extensively nationally and internationally.

He is Chair of the National Coordinating Council for Medication Error Reporting and Prevention (NCC MERP), Vice-Chair of Joint Commission Patient Safety Advisory Group and an Executive Producer of First, Do No Harm Part Two: Taking The Lead.  He served as Director of Pharmacy at Children’s Hospital Boston and is co-author of the IHI white paper Respectful and Effective Crisis Management and contributing author to Achieving Safe and Reliable Healthcare, Strategies and Solutions.

This talk is a part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland line up of monthly WebEx sessions presented by global faculty. It offers the opportunity to link in from your own desk to learn from national and international leaders in Quality Improvement. To receive WebEx log-in details for this session, click here.

A certificate of attendance will be provided following the session. The QI Connect series now features as an approved resource within ISQua’s Fellowship Programme and The Health Foundation’s ‘Q Initiative’.

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