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Dear Colleagues,

If there's anything that the pandemic has highlighted, it's that the importance of prioritising Patient Safety as a core responsibility across the entire system, is evident now more than ever. 

So we are coming with International Conference Hospital Management and Patient Safety Conference going to be held on December 1-2, 2021 which will be a key event for clinical and administrative professionals working to provide high-quality health care across the continuum. Featuring two days of education on the latest quality and patient safety issues paired with expert-led education sessions, this conference is a must for quality and patient safety hospital teams. In addition to informative sessions on the industry’s hottest topics, the event also provides peer-to-peer collaborative learning opportunities.

The event will provide an invaluable opportunity to address both new and long-standing patient safety challenges as well as opportunities for innovation and accelerated improvement, with speakers including national leaders, policy makers, frontline innovators, and patient advocates. Sessions at Congress and particularly the contribution of patient speakers has led to changes in medical textbooks and new research being commissioned. The programme is developed around our key principles of real solutions and challenging content - enabling you to take back ideas to achieve outstanding patient care and implement the Patient Safety Strategy.

Attending the Congress can literally change practice for you and your colleagues, by providing that invaluable space for you to re-connect with the standards and aspirations to constantly improve patient safety and quality during this difficult time.
Join with us live on December 1-2, 2021

Chairman,Patient Safety 2021.
United Research Forum


Patient safety is a discipline in health care sector that applies to safety science methods towards goal of achieving trustworthy system of health care delivery. It is also an attribute of health care systems and minimizes  incidence and impact of, maximizes recovery from adverse events.

To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in conjunction with its Federal partners and non-Federal stakeholders and at the direction of Congress, started the process of building the foundation to better understand patient safety challenges and how effective solutions could be rapidly implemented. This document highlights some of the Agency's contributions in advancing patient safety during the past decade. These highlights are organized by year and by three key, ongoing challenges.

Number of research approaches are used at stage 1 to identify hazards and risks that includes the usage of administrative record review, event reporting, medical records, direct observation, process mapping, probabilistic risk assessment, focus groups, and safety culture assessment.

Culture foe patient safety is defined because the values shared among organization members important, and beliefs about how the things operate in organization, interaction of  work unit, organizational structures and systems, that bring together and produce behavioral norms in organization that promotes safety

Family engagement and Patient is a process in which families  patients, their representatives working in partnership at various levels of  health care systems—organizational design and governance, direct care, and policy making so to improve better health care.

Role of Health information technology presents various opportunities for transforming  and improving healthcare that includes improving clinical outcomes,  reducing human errors, facilitating care coordination, tracking data over time, improving practice efficiencies.

Fire emergency evacuation plan includes the action to be taken by all staff in the event of fire and the arrangements for calling the fire brigade. It can include any relevant information in relation to the FEEP. ... Action on discovering a fire. Action on hearing the fire alarm

Infection control principles and practices for local health agencies. Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms that cause disease and are present in human blood. They include but are not limited to HIV, hepatitis B virus and HCV.

The prevention of medication errors relies on detection of errors , epidemiological knowledge, and improvements in performance. Chart review is gold standard in detecting adverse drug-related events and in future computerized monitoring will be the best method of capturing adverse events.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health says Preventing Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Drugs and Antineoplastic  in Health Care Settings was published. NIOSH identifies a sample list of major hazardous drugs.

Reported point or period prevalence of medication errors in community settings that includes self-reported medication errors, prescribing errors monitoring error and discrepancies, had a very wide range from 2% to 94%.

The potential to improve patient safety exists through use of clinical flags medication alerts, and reminders, reporting and better tracking of consultations diagnostic testing, support, clinical decision and the availability of complete patient data.

What is it exactly? Well, fraud is when someone intentionally lies to a health insurance company, Medicaid or Medicare to get money. Waste is when someone overuses health services carelessly. And abuse happens when best medical practices aren't followed, leading to expenses and treatments that aren't needed.

Ver good definition of patient safety is the prevention of adverse effects and errors and to patients that are associated with health care.

A patient has the right to respectful care given by competent workers. A patient has the right to know the names and the jobs of his or her caregivers. A patient has the right to privacy with respect to his or her medical condition. A patient's care and treatment will be discussed only with those who need to know.

It is the process by which health professionals, others impart information to patients and their caregivers so that will alter health behaviors or simply improve their health status.

It is the management and organization of  resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies The main aim is to reduce the harmful effects of all hazards, including disasters.

It includes racial and ethnic minorities, economically disadvantaged, uninsured, low-income children, the homeless, the elderly, those with (HIV), and those with other chronic health conditions, including severe mental illness.

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Registration Includes

  • Publish Conference Proceedings with ISBN & DOI Number
  • Encouraged to publish full length articles in Supporting Journals
  • Earn CPD Credits
  • Conference Kit (Conference Proceedings book, Bag, Badge, Notebook, Pen)
  • Admission to the Exhibition Halls
  • Admission to the Plenary Programme and Global Networking Forum

Benefits of Joining E-Conference

  • Encouraged to publish full length articles in Supporting Journals with discounted APC charges
  • Opportunity to join as Session Chair, Member of Scientific and Organizing Committee
  • Best presentation awards
  • Get Opportunity Collaborate with United Research Forum
  • Avail discount on upcoming United Research Forum Events
  • 50% discount on United Research Forum Membership