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​​​​Publicly browse each community’s various discussion boards, document collections and calendars. Simply log in and join a public community to share documents, add discussion topics and manage alert notifications. Private communities require approval to join and are not publicly accessible for public access.  Private communities are created for various reasons, such as to help past participants of education sessions continue their learning of patient safety and quality improvement.
Every year, several million North Americans are diagnosed with an AMI which can cause a sudden loss of blood supply to an area of the heart, resulting in permanent damage or death. Join the discussion and make a difference by sharing evidence-based key components of care.
Public Community

The ASPIRE program has been designed by physicians for physicians for the purpose of promoting patient safety in residency education. Access program resources and connect with others that have gone through the ASPIRE program.
Private Community

It is estimated that 500 to 4,000 U.S. patients die annually from bloodstream infections. It is easy to get involved by sharing evidence-based key components of care.
Public Community

This community is private to all of the Community Administrators within the Communities of Practice. Learn together how to engage our communities and receive important announcements.
Private Community

The Education/Resource Working Group is made up from individuals who lead Safer Healthcare Now! such as intervention leads, and Safety Improvement Advisors.
Private Community

The Canadian ICU Collaborative is a national group of interdisciplinary critical care and improvement professionals focused on improving patient care and safety for critically ill patients. It’s easy to get involved: join this community to ask, listen and talk.
Public Community

Access training materials and connect with fellow trainers and faculty. This community is for those who obtained the Incident Analysis Trainer Certificate and provide training using the Canadian Incident Analysis Framework.
Private Community

Adverse drug events (ADEs) occur with disturbing frequency in acute care, long-term care and home care settings. We can make a difference; join this community and get involved by sharing evidence-based key components of care.
Public Community

Patient Safety Education Program Affiliate Hub
Private Community

Continue the conversation after the conference. Connect with Patient Safety Trainers and gain access to updated curriculum materials, slide desks and ongoing WebEx learning events.
Private Community

Fall-related injuries result in a substantial economic burden to society. Let’s take action, join this community and get involved by sharing your knowledge and experience.
Public Community

The Quality Improvement and Measurement community includes information on patient safety improvement methodology that can be applied across the continuum and is not specific to any Canadian Patient Safety Institute or Safer Healthcare Now! intervention.
Public Community

Rapid Response Teams address unnecessary deaths in hospitals through planning, communication and recognition. Join this community and let’s take action by sharing evidence-based key components of care.
Public Community

Safe Surgery Saves Lives (SSSL) is a campaign established by the World Health Organization Patient Safety to improve the safety of surgery around the world. Improve surgical safety with valuable resources and leading-edge information for healthcare professionals, managers, students, patients, and families.
Public Community

Auerbach (2001) found that western countries, including Canada, 2 to 5 per cent of clean cases and up to 20 per cent of intra-abdominal surgeries will develop a surgical site infection. It’s easy to get involved by sharing evidence-based key components of care.
Public Community

Each year about 8,000 Canadians die from hospital-acquired infections and 220,000 others get infected. Let’s make things happen by sharing and learning.
Public Community

According to Muscedere et al. (2008), it is estimated that the prevention of one VAP could result in a minimum cost saving of $14,000 per patient. We can make a difference by connecting and sharing evidence-based components of care.
Public Community

VTE is one of the most common and preventable complications of hospitalization. Let’s take action by sharing evidence-based components of care.
Public Community

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