Quality and Safety for Leaders in Women’s Health Care, Nashville, TN

October 11 — 13, 2018


 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Master tools and strategies to promote communication and teamwork that can lead to improved quality of care and patient safety:

  • Importance of standardization
  • Methods to change organizational culture
  • Peer review protections
  • Impact of human factors
  • Clinical performance improvement tools
  • Simulations and drills to improve patient safety

Only 80 slots available—register now to reserve your seat.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Does your health care facility foster a culture of quality and safety for patients and providers alike? Is there an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration? This 3-day course in Denver, Colorado, will provide practical tools and techniques to enable health care leaders and others to make necessary improvements within their respective institutions.

Day 1: 

  • Quality and High Reliability
  • Just Culture
  • Emotional Intelligence and Patient Safety
  • Checklists and Standardization Tools
  • The Credentialing Challenge

Day 2:

  • Generational Differences: Communication and Safety
  • Clinical Performance Improvement Tools
  • Human Factors and Patient Safety Technology
  • Changing Physician Behavior
  • Peer Review Protections
  • Drills and Simulations
  • Effects of Medical Errors on Providers
  • Disclosure of Unanticipated Outcomes
  • Collaborative Teams

Day 3: 

  • OB Hospitalist Programs
  • Social Media, Patient Safety and Confidentiality
  • Maternal Mental Health
  • Professionalism: The Key to a Culture of Safety
  • Resources for Safe Practices



SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Improve team building and communication techniques
  • Address the myriad medical staff issues related to credentialing and privileging
  • Implement the use of drills and simulations at your institution or improve existing mechanisms
  • Disclose adverse events and implement strategies to assist the patient, her family, and the second victim

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Present or future physician leaders in hospital departments of ob-gyn, ambulatory care centers, or multi-specialty groups (titles such as Department Chair or Chief Medical Officer)
  • Nurse leaders in hospital Labor and Delivery departments such as nurse managers (NOTE: Nursing Continuing Education Units [CEUs] are available)

EARN CME

  • Maintenance of Certification Part IV credit from the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology will be available.
  • Continuing education contact hours will be available for nurses


COURSE HOTEL

The Renaissance Nashville Hotel, in what can arguably be called the Music Capital of the World, is located within walking distance of premier downtown attractions, including B.B. King’s Blues Club, the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, and the historic Second Avenue District. Discover one of America’s top travel destinations at a unique downtown hotel that makes comfort its top priority. For more information about Nashville, visit the Nashville Convention & Vistors website at www.visitmusiccity.com/visitors.


REGISTRATION FEES*

  • ACOG Fellows / Junior Fellows in Practice
    • On or before August 12, 2018 -- $900
    • After August 18, 2018 -- $1,000
  • ACOG Life Fellows, Junior Fellow Residents, Subspecialty Fellows, Educational Affiliates, Associate Members – $550 (Verification required for lower fee)
  • Nurse leaders attending the course as part of their hospital team with an ACOG Fellow – $650
  • Others – $1,100
  • On-site registration (subject to availability) – additional $100

*Fees include breakfast and lunch|




Register Online Now

Register by fax: To register by fax using VISA/MasterCard/AMEX, please print this form, fill in the information, and fax the form to (202) 488-0787.

Register by phone: Call (800) 673-8444, ext. 2540/2541, or (202) 863-2540/2541, weekdays, 9:00 am-4:45 pm Eastern time. VISA/MasterCard/AMEX accepted.



TESTIMONIAL

"The course far exceeded my expectations. This course should be required for any member that is going to be in a leadership role. Plan on attending the course again in the future. So much valuable material, I am afraid I will not retain it all."

– Course participant

 

About the Hotel:
Renaissance Nashville Hotel
Hotel room rate: $259 Single or Double
Call hotel at (615) 255-8400 by September 13, 2018

Please note that course registration is limited to ensure active participation and personalized instruction. There has been a waiting list for this course in the past.

To make your reservations directly, call (615) 255-8400.

Thursday, October 11, 2018
11:30 am – 12:00 noon Registration and Lunch
12:00 noon – 5:30 pm Course Lectures and Group Interaction

Friday, October 12, 2018
7:00 am – 7:30 am                  Continental Breakfast
11:30 am – 12:30 pm              Buffet Lunch
7:30 am – 4:30 pm                  Course Lectures and Group Interaction

Saturday, October 13, 2018
7:00 am – 7:30 am Continental Breakfast
7:30 am – 12:30 pm Course Lectures and Group Interaction

 

 

Hotel: Renaissance Nashville Hotel
Room rate: $259 Single or Double

Hotel booking: Make reservations online or call (615) 255-8400
Room rate deadline: September 13, 2018

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