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2016 Patient Safety Summit

 

Johns Hopkins Medicine Patient Safety Summit
October 14, 2016 East Baltimore campus
Turner Auditorium and Turner Concourse

For one day, hundreds of health care professionals across the organization came together to learn about their colleagues' work in patient safety, research, safety culture and prevention and identification of harm. The theme of this year’s summit was “Working Together to Achieve Zero Preventable Harm.”

Event Highlights

  • Two Keynote speeches by:
    • David Newman-Tokera professor of neurology and director of the neuro-visual and vestibular division at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research focuses on eliminating stroke misdiagnoses in frontline health care settings such as the Emergency Department.

    • Kathleen Sutcliffea Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at The Johns Hopkins University who studies meta-processes and practices that contribute to safety and reliability in health care and other high-risk industries.

  • Podium presentations and posters by faculty and staff members throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Networking with safety champions across our health system
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine Patient Safety Video Contest 
  • Informational tables

Photo Galley

Scroll through more than 150 images of presenters and participants from the event.

Patient Safety Video Contest

Watch the videos submitted for this year's patient safety video contest, including the winning entries.

Past Patient Safety Summit Presentations

View presentations from the 2016 Patient Safety Summit (JHED log-in required).