Call for Paper:
Track 3: Patient Safety
Call for Abstracts/Papers/Research Work/Case Reports/Case Studies is now open for the World Nursing, Healthcare Management and Patient Safety Conferences with the motto “Connecting Leaders in Healthcare Transformation and Bringing Learning Life, Together Towards Building Quality for a Safer Healthcare”.
The presenting speaker/author must register and pay the registration fee (please note that registration is required in order to be included in the final program, to have the abstract published in the online “Book/proceedings” of Nursing, Healthcare Management and Patient Safety, and to be invited to submit an abstract for publication in the official Proceedings.
This is a must-attend, conference for those who continue to shape smarter, safer care for patients wherever it’s provided – from the hospital and outpatient settings, to the home.
Sub Tracks: Patient Care, Patient Experience, Patient Safety Movement, Patient Engagement, Patient Care Info, Patient Power, Patient Safety Expert, Patient Satisfaction, Patient Education, Patient Counseling, Patient Preference, Patient Assistance Program, What Is Patient Experience, Patient Innovation, Standard Patient Precautions, Patient Perspectives
Submit here: https://nursing.universeconferences.com/submit-abstract/
It is essential to follow the proper patient safety guidelines for a safe and healthy environment. Healthcare organizations and hospitals that want to provide their patients with the best care possible need to implement these guidelines to reduce errors and accidents, leading to further complications down the road.
You need to follow some of the essential patient safety guidelines while working in a healthcare setting, and the more you know about these key points, the safer your patients will be.
So take some time to review each one and see how it applies to your situation. For more information on any of these topics, be sure to visit and attend our upcoming Healthcare 2021 conferences.
Know the safety measure guidelines from the Experts by attending the Nursing Conference in December 2021.
What are patient safety guidelines?
To overcome all the errors, we need to fix them before they happen. A major and essential guide that every medical staff should follow and strictly obey this;
Restrict infection spread: Wash and sanitize hands before direct contact with the patients. Each year, healthcare-associated infections affect nearly two million patients and lead to an estimated 99,000 deaths. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), they cost the health care system as much as $20 billion, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Identify Patient Correctly: Incorrectly identifying a patient is a common hospital error. When you’re preparing to give medicine or perform a procedure, make sure to rely on at least two pieces of information – the Patient’s name and date of birth – to help ensure that patients receive the treatment intended for them. Also, check for the correct blood type before transfusions.
Prescribe medicine safely to the patients: Label all medication, syringes, cups, basins, and medical equipment. Take extra safety with patients on blood thinners. With the various number of prescription medicine in the market, there are more chances of significant potential error due to confusing brand, packaging and generic names. Make sure that any additional drugs don’t conflict with current ones.
Avoid surgical errors: The surgical process is one of the most delicate processes in healthcare. It needs to be completed within a specific time frame, or it can lead to serious health issues for patients. So it is more important that doctors be aware of this and complete surgery at a given time frame.
Build a rapid response system in an emergency: At any moment, medical emergencies happen without any notice. So it is the responsibility of all the medical authorities to build a skilled and efficient intense response team to take care of uninformed medical emergencies.
Hospital-acquired infections: Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are infections that people get after surgery or treatment in a hospital, and they can be severe. So every professional should make sure that they are taking serious measures and standards to avoid this while surgery, etc. Precautions should be taken because of the increase in cases of hospital-acquired infections.
Communicate safety information to Patient: In order to ensure safety, it is essential for medical professionals to communicate patient safety information to patients. For example, when a patient has been given a prescription for a drug that interacts with grapefruit, it is the responsibility to make sure they are informed not to eat grapefruit.
Build safe hospital infrastructure: Hospitals should be aware of some structural characteristics like air quality, critical information proximity, noise dampening, and standardized feature locations, as well as fixtures that reduce contagion spread, such as colleague’s hand sinks, in all Surgery areas. Behind all these, engineers should use advanced technology so that wires don’t catch fire.
Safety in healthcare is all about small changes that can have significant impacts. This short guide provides you with some simple tips that can help you improve your health care safety efforts. You can learn more about the benefits of improving patient safety by visiting our online nursing conferences.
Note: UCGConferences is organizing the 10th Emirates nursing conference 2021 in Dubai, UAE to attend/register, click the link below: https://nursing.universeconferences.com/online-registration/
Conference Key Sessions are Nursing | Healthcare Management | Patient Safety | Public & Community Healthcare | Patient Education | Healthcare Informatics | Healthcare Innovation | Digital Healthcare | Preventive Medicine | Health Promotion | Technology and Nursing Science | Nursing Education and Research | Globalization, and Health | Coronavirus Deadly Impact on Humans | Artificial Intelligence | Sports Medicine in Health | Legal and Ethics in healthcare | Advance Care Planning (ACP) | Medication Safety | Patient Safety Tools and Solutions | Infection, Prevention and Control | Mental Health | Big data on health and data mining | Midwifery And Women Health Nursing | Pediatric Nursing | Change Management| Clinical Nursing | Patient Safety in Pharmacy | Home Care Safety | Pandemic Response | Quality improvement | Telenursing | Occupational Healthcare | Occupational Healthcare | Healthcare Services | Healthcare Marketing | Diabetes Nursing | Diabetes Nursing | Primary Care | Precision medicine
List of Patient Safety Organizations
A&M Rural and Community Health Institute | Texas A&M Health Science Rural and Community Health Institute | Texas A&M University Health Science Center (TAMU-HSC) | Academic Medical Center (AMC) PSO | AHS PSO, LLC | Alliance for Patient Medication Safety | National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) | American Medical Foundation Patient Safety Organization | American Medical Foundation for Peer Review and Education | Anesthesia Quality Institute | American Society of Anesthesiologists | APMD Quality and Patient Safety Organization, LLC | Ascension Healthcare Patient Safety Organization | Atrium Health Patient Safety Organization | Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority | Baptist Health Patient Safety Partnership | Braden Health PSO | Care Standards Organization, LLC | Sunrise Senior Living Management, Inc. | Caresyntax Patient Safety Organization | Carolinas Rehabilitation – Patient Safety Organization | Cassatt Patient Safety Organization | Center for Patient Safety | Center for the Assessment of Radiological Sciences PSO | CHART Institute LLC | Chicago Breast Cancer Quality Consortium | Child Health Patient Safety Organization, Inc. | National Association of Children’s Hospitals (N.A.C.H.) | CHS/Community Health Systems, Inc. | Cleveland Clinic Alliance for Patient and Caregiver Safety PSO | Cohen Clinical Quality Institute | Collaborative Healthcare Patient Safety Organization | Covera Health PSO LLC | DaVita Institute for Patient Safety, Inc. | DARTNet Institute Patient Safety Organization | Dental Patient Safety Foundation | ECRI and the Institute for Safe Medication Practices PSO | Emergency Consultants PSO, LLC (d/b/a ECI PSO, LLC) |Emergency Medical Error Reduction Group | Encompass Health Patient Safety Organization, LLC | Enterprise Patient Safety Organization, L.L.C | Ferrum Health National Patient Safety Organization | Florida Academic Healthcare Patient Safety Organization | Garden State Patient Safety Center | HCA Patient Safety Organization, LLC | HD Nursing PSO | Health Catalyst Patient Safety Organization (HCPSO) | HPI Press Ganey PSO | Kansas Clinical Improvement Collaborative Patient Safety Organization | Kentucky Institute for Patient Safety & Quality | Louisiana Alliance for Patient Safety PSO | LifePoint PSO, LLC | Maine Primary Care Association Patient Safety Organization (MePCA PSO) | MCIC Vermont PSO | MedExpress PSO | MEDNAX PSO, LLC | MHA Keystone Center | Michigan Surgical Quality Collaborative | Mid-Atlantic Patient Safety Organization | Midwest Alliance for Patient Safety | NAPA Anesthesia Patient Safety Institute, LLC | Nebraska Coalition for Patient Safety | Northwest Safety and Quality PSO | Ohio Patient Safety Institute | Pascal Metrics Inc | Patient Safety Organization of Florida (PSOFlorida) | Pharmapod Safety Institute PSO, LLC | PsychSafe (Component PSO of UHS of Delaware, Inc. Behavioral Health Division) | QCMetrix PSO | Quality Circle for Healthcare, Inc. | Safety Culture Patient Safety Organization | Select Medical Patient Safety and Quality Institute, LLC | SimCore PSO, LLC | Society for Improving Medical Professional Learning | Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization, LLC | Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS) PSO | Somnia Patient Safety Organization, Inc. | Strategic Radiology Patient Safety Organization LLC | Surgical Outcomes & Quality Improvement Center (SOQIC) | TeamHealth Patient Safety Organization, Inc. | Tennessee Hospital Association PSO | Texas Hospital Association (THA) Patient Safety Organization | The Envision Healthcare Center for Quality and Patient Safety, LLC | The Guthrie Clinic PSO | The Institute of Patient Safety and Quality of Virtual Care | The Orrum PSO | The Patient Safety Research Foundation, Inc. | The PSO Advisory, LLC | The Quality Center Patient Safety Organization | Theator, Inc. | True North Patient Safety Organization, Inc. | US Radiology Patient Safety Organization | UHS Acute Care PSO | USACS PSO | USAP PSO | Virginia PSO | Vizient™ PSO | Wake up Safe (a component of the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia) | Women’s Health USA Patient Safety Organization | Zephcare PSO