The 16th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress
Orlando, FL | May 14–16, 2014
The only global meeting
with a singular focus on patient safety.
Highlights of the 2014 Congress included (top) the debate between Dr. Gregg Meyer (left) and Dr. Bob Wachter (right), moderated by NPSF President Dr. Tejal Gandhi, on the merits and challenges of accountability in a culture of safety, and (bottom) painter and patient advocate Regina Holliday interpreting on canvas the events of the Congress.
Read media coverage of the 2014 Congress.
Here’s what attendees are saying:
“A stunning event!”
“From a participant’s perspective, this year’s NPSF Congress was one of the strongest patient safety meetings I have attended in years…. Looking forward to Austin and the 12 months of learning until then.”
“It was an excellent event and really highlights the shift and progress made in the wider patient safety discussion, especially over the past few years.”
View the pages of this site to see what the 2014 Congress offered.
And plan to join us in Austin, Texas, April 29–May 1, 2015,
for the 17th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress.
1 FOCUS. In a time when there are so many competing priorities in health care, the NPSF Patient Safety Congress is the only global conference where patient safety is the center of attention for every session, presenter, and networking opportunity. Planned by innovative leaders in the field, the Congress has a strong tradition of providing real-world tools, robust resources, and evidence-based solutions for a full spectrum of patient safety issues. If you are focused on and committed to advancing patient safety across the continuum of care, this is a can’t-miss educational experience.
The Congress features educational breakout sessions led by industry experts, thought-provoking keynote sessions with national thought leaders, and an engaging and interactive Learning & Simulation Center. Experience an invaluable program that will help you renew and nurture patient safety in your organization.