Every staff and faculty member across Johns Hopkins Medicine is responsible for ensuring that patients receive safe, high-quality care. The Armstrong Institute offers numerous opportunities for the Hopkins community to deepen their involvement in these missions. These include:
Safety Culture Assessment
The Safety Culture Assessment helps measure caregiver attitudes around safety throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Workshops and e-Learning
Acquire the skills and tools for improving health care where you work.
Experts are collaborating across Johns Hopkins Medicine to improve health care quality.
Patient Safety Specialization- Coursera Catalog
An introduction to the concepts, tools and strategies of health care improvement. It consists of seven courses, each four weeks long, that can be taken together – to earn a certificate – or separately.
This nine-month program trains future health care leaders to create a culture of caring.
A schedule of upcoming presentations (JHED log-in required).
E. Robert Feroli Award for Excellence in Medication Use Safety
This annual award acknowledges outstanding work on a project or initiative that resulted in a significant and sustainable systems changes that improve the safety and quality of the medication-use process (JHED log-in required).
The institute has three types of faculty appointments: core faculty, associate faculty and visiting faculty.
Request Project Assistance
Seek help from the Armstrong Institute to further your research and improvement projects.