The Canadian Patient Safety Officer Course (CPSO) is jointly developed and delivered by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute and HealthCareCAN, supported by experts from across Canada and internationally. You will meet peers from across the country and share learning and experiences throughout the session.
The Canadian Patient Safety Officer Course equips healthcare professionals and leaders with the information, tools, and techniques to build a strong patient safety culture within their organizations.
- 2018 Workshop Dates: Monday, May 28 – Thursday, May 31st
- A series of workshops, delivered in Ottawa once a year over four days
- Total 32 hours of learning
- In-person access to subject matter experts
- Curriculum delivered by foremost patient safety experts
- Intensive learning experience, with opportunities for networking with Canadian and international peers
- Designated time for focused learning on patient safety
- Also available anytime through online version
Who should take the Canadian Patient Safety Officer course?
This program is designed for healthcare professionals and leaders who have the formal responsibility of disseminating patient safety principles and programs throughout the organization. Registrants may be (but are not limited to):
- Personnel responsible for quality improvement of patient safety
- Clinical and non-clinical managers
- Allied health professionals
- Any healthcare professional interested in managing and improving patient safety
At the completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Use tools and techniques to develop a patient safety program
- Recognize system-induced patient safety incidents
- Recognize human factors related to patient safety, such as non-technical skills or fatigue
- Understand high-risk clinical processes
- Develop strategies to influence and enhance patient safety culture
- Foster communication, teamwork, and organizational culture as it relates to patient safety
- Examine other special and emerging topics in patient safety
There are no awards available for this course or program at this time. Click here to learn more about student awards.
The Canadian Patient Safety Officer Course is delivered by foremost patient safety experts. Below the 2017 faculty are listed.
To be successful in the Canadian Patient Safety Officer course, students must meet the following requirements.
English is the language of instruction for all CHA Learning courses. It is therefore recommended that students be competent in reading, writing and speaking English.
Students must be able to access the online portal prior to the session, to download materials.
- Click on the Register Now button
- Add the product to your cart
- Create an account if you are new to CHA Learning or sign in to your existing account
- Complete the Billing Information page
- Enter your payment information, accept the terms and conditions and make your payment
- Within seven business days, we will contact you to confirm your registration and provide further details about the course.
Note: If you are traveling to attend this conference, hotel details will be provided to you after registration.
CHA Learning and Canadian Patient Safety Institute will award students a certificate for successful completion of the course.
Students who complete the CPSO in-person course are eligible for Continuing Medical Education credits (CME) and Certified Health Executive Maintenance of Certification credits. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Price group||Cutoff dates|
|Super-Early Bird Registration Deadline:||December 31st, 2017
|Early Bird Registration Deadline:||February 23rd, 2018
|Early Bird Tuition:||$3,775.00|
|Registration Deadline:||April 27th, 2018
Please note: Bulk registration discounts are available for groups. Please contact email@example.com for more information.Tuition covers educational materials, daytime meals, and a social event.
The CPSO course will cover topics including:
- History of Patient Safety
- Patients Part of the Healthcare Team
- Resiliency & Reliability Science
- Human Factors and Patient Safety
- Safety Culture Measurement & Improvement
- Teamwork & Communication
- The Role of the Board in Patient Safety
- Just Culture & Disclosure
- Reporting, Disclosing, Learning, Sharing & Informing
- Impact of Incidents on Staff (“Second Victim”)
- Partnering with Physicians
- Clinical Decision Making
- A-B-C’s of Patient Safety
- Liberating Structures
- Building a Strategy & Structure for Patient Safety
- Spreading and Sustaining Patient Safety Improvements