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ASHRM Celebrates National Patient Safety Awareness Week March 10-16, 2024


The American Society for Health Care Risk Management recognizes National Patient Safety Awareness Week and the role in which patient safety professionals contribute to ASHRM’s mission of advancing patient safety, reducing uncertainty and maximizing value.



ASHRM Celebration of National Patient Safety Awareness Week Is Sponsored By 

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Attend Upcoming Patient Safety Education



    Practical Application of Proactive Safety: Evolving Our Approach

    March 12, 2024 at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CT

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    Reducing Risk in Maternal Care: The Power of Personalizing Competency Development

    March 13, 2024 at 12:00 PM CT

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    Patient Safety Certificate Program at ASHRM Academy

    April 15-16, 2024

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Celebrate with Themed Gifts

Patient Safety Awareness Week gifts are an easy way to celebrate with your team and raise awareness of patient safety in health care. These new gifts are now available to order.


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Participate in Patient Safety Week Activities

Download and review Patient Safety terms with this printable word search.


Discover Patient Safety Tools and Resources


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