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Patient Safety and Quality Conferences

The Armstrong Institute sponsors and supports national conferences and symposia on topics in patient safety and quality.

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Past Conferences

Diagnostic Excellence Summit 2019

March 7, 2019
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
​Baltimore, MD

The 2019 summit theme was “Improving Diagnostic Performance Through Innovative Educational Strategies.”

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Patient Safety Summit 2019

March 8, 2019
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
​Baltimore, MD

Hundreds of health care professionals learned about patient safety, research, safety culture and preventing and identifying harm.

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Diagnostic Excellence Summit 2018

April 10, 2018
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD

Johns Hopkins Pain Symposium

September 25, 2017
The Johns Hopkins Hospital

This symposium focused on current trends in pain management and opioid stewardship, recent regulatory changes, and opportunities to optimize rational opioid use.

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9th Annual VTE Symposium

March 31, 2017

The symposium included panel discussions, short talks showcasing VTE-related research studies across Johns Hopkins Medicine, and other presentations.

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High Reliability Health Care Summit

​February 22–24, 2016

This inaugural summit, presented together with global professional services firm EY, shared how high-reliability practices can help health care organizations to consistently deliver safe, predictable and effective care.

Event summary

Forum on Emerging Topics in Patient Safety

September 23–25, 2013

This forum brought together researchers, practitioners, private industry, and other stakeholders to explore approaches for accelerating improvement in patient safety and quality. 

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Best Practices in Patient-Centered Care

​September 26–27, 2013

This conference was an opportunity for hospitals across the United States to learn about and disseminate innovations and promising practices for delivering patient-centered care.

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National Workshop on Quality for Medical Education

November 9, 2013

The Armstrong Institute and the American College of Medical Quality held an all-day event that introduced the possibilities of integrating quality improvement and patient safety work into their clinical careers. 

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