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9th World Congress on Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare, will be organized around the theme “”

Patient Safety 2024 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Patient Safety 2024

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Patient-Centered Care is an approach to healthcare that prioritizes the patient's preferences, values, and needs at the center of all healthcare decisions and activities. It involves actively involving patients in their care, respecting their autonomy, and ensuring that healthcare providers consider the patient's perspective when making clinical decisions.

  • Track 1-1Shared decision making
  • Track 1-2Patient feedback and experience
  • Track 1-3Cultural competence and diversity
  • Track 1-4Patient education and health literacy
  • Track 1-5Technology and telehealth in patient-centered care

Quality Improvement Strategies in healthcare are systematic and data-driven approaches aimed at enhancing the quality of healthcare services and patient outcomes. It involves continuous assessment, identification of areas for improvement, and implementing changes to achieve better resul

  • Track 2-1Performance measurement and metrics
  • Track 2-2Lean and six sigma methodologies
  • Track 2-3Root cause analysis
  • Track 2-4Patient safety initiatives
  • Track 2-5Process redesign and workflow optimization

Medication Safety in healthcare involves strategies and protocols to prevent medication errors, promote safe medication use, and reduce the risk of adverse drug events. Ensuring the safety of patients in the administration and management of medications is a critical aspect of healthcare.

  • Track 3-1Medication administration procedures
  • Track 3-2Medication reconciliation
  • Track 3-3Barcoding and electronic medication administration records (eMAR)
  • Track 3-4Polypharmacy and medication management
  • Track 3-5Medication safety culture

Infection Control and Prevention is a critical aspect of healthcare aimed at minimizing the risk of healthcare-associated infections and protecting both patients and healthcare workers. It involves a range of strategies and best practices to prevent the spread of infections in healthcare settings.

  • Track 4-1Hand hygiene and hygiene practices
  • Track 4-2Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Track 4-3Environmental cleaning and disinfection
  • Track 4-4Isolation and transmission-based precautions
  • Track 4-5Vaccination and immunization programs

Innovations in Healthcare Technology refer to the ever-evolving landscape of technological advancements that are transforming the healthcare industry. These innovations aim to improve patient care, streamline processes, and enhance healthcare delivery.

  • Track 5-1Telemedicine and telehealth
  • Track 5-2Health information technology (HIT)
  • Track 5-3Digital health and mobile health (mHealth)
  • Track 5-4Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning
  • Track 5-5Medical devices and remote monitoring

Safety Culture and Leadership in healthcare centers on fostering a culture that prioritizes patient safety and promotes a proactive approach to reducing errors and adverse events. Leadership plays a pivotal role in establishing and sustaining a culture of safety within healthcare organizations.

  • Track 6-1Leadership in patient safety
  • Track 6-2Safety culture assessment and improvement
  • Track 6-3Teamwork and communication
  • Track 6-4Just culture and reporting systems
  • Track 6-5Leadership development and training

Patient Safety Metrics and Measurement in healthcare involves the systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of data to evaluate the effectiveness of patient safety initiatives and identify areas for improvement. It enables healthcare organizations to quantify their safety performance, track progress, and implement evidence-based strategies for enhancing patient safety.

  • Track 7-1Safety indicator development
  • Track 7-2Data collection and analysis methods
  • Track 7-3Benchmarking and comparative analysis
  • Track 7-4Outcome measurement and improvement
  • Track 7-5Patient experience and safety

Diagnostic Safety in healthcare is an essential aspect of ensuring that patients receive accurate and timely diagnoses, minimizing the risk of diagnostic errors, and improving overall patient care. It encompasses various strategies and practices to enhance the safety of the diagnostic process.

  • Track 8-1Diagnostic error prevention
  • Track 8-2Test ordering and utilization
  • Track 8-3Communication of diagnostic information
  • Track 8-4Diagnostic imaging safety
  • Track 8-5Patient involvement in diagnosis

Communication and Teamwork are vital components of patient safety and quality healthcare. Effective communication among healthcare providers and interdisciplinary teamwork can prevent errors, improve patient outcomes, and foster a culture of safety.

  • Track 9-1Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Track 9-2Effective communication skills
  • Track 9-3Care transitions and handoffs
  • Track 9-4Conflict resolution and negotiation
  • Track 9-5Healthcare communication technologies

Patient and Family Engagement is a fundamental aspect of patient-centered care, focusing on actively involving patients and their families in the healthcare decision-making process and treatment planning. It promotes open communication, shared decision-making, and improved healthcare outcomes.

  • Track 10-1Shared decision-making
  • Track 10-2Patient education and health literacy
  • Track 10-3Patient and family advisory councils
  • Track 10-4Patient and family feedback and satisfaction
  • Track 10-5Patient and family-centered care models

Risk Management and Legal Aspects in healthcare encompass strategies and measures aimed at identifying, mitigating, and managing risks to patient safety and the healthcare organization. This includes addressing legal issues, compliance with regulations, and minimizing the potential for liability.

  • Track 11-1Medical malpractice and liability
  • Track 11-2Regulatory compliance and accreditation
  • Track 11-3Risk assessment and mitigation
  • Track 11-4Patient safety reporting systems
  • Track 11-5Ethical and legal dilemmas

Human Factors and Error Reduction in healthcare involve understanding how human behavior, cognition, and interactions with technology and the environment influence patient safety. By addressing human factors, healthcare organizations can reduce errors, enhance safety, and improve overall patient care.

  • Track 12-1Cognitive psychology and decision-making
  • Track 12-2Workplace design and ergonomics
  • Track 12-3Usability and design of healthcare technology
  • Track 12-4Human error analysis and prevention
  • Track 12-5Communication and team dynamics

Global Patient Safety Challenges pertain to the pressing and universal issues in patient safety that impact healthcare systems worldwide. These challenges require international collaboration and innovative solutions to ensure patient safety on a global scale.

  • Track 13-1Medication safety across borders
  • Track 13-2Infection control and prevention in global health
  • Track 13-3Quality and safety in low-resource settings
  • Track 13-4Global health disparities and equity
  • Track 13-5Patient safety culture and education

Crisis and Emergency Preparedness in healthcare focuses on the strategies and processes that healthcare organizations use to plan for, respond to, and recover from various crises and emergencies, including natural disasters, pandemics, and other unexpected events. Preparedness is crucial to ensuring the safety of patients, healthcare workers, and the continuity of healthcare services.

  • Track 14-1Disaster response and management
  • Track 14-2Pandemic preparedness
  • Track 14-3Emergency Communication and Information Systems
  • Track 14-4Resource allocation and triage protocols
  • Track 14-5Business Continuity and Resilience

Ethics in Patient Safety is an essential component of healthcare that addresses the moral and ethical considerations in the pursuit of patient safety. It encompasses a range of ethical dilemmas and principles that guide decision-making and practices to ensure the well-being and safety of patients.

  • Track 15-1Informed Consent and Shared Decision-Making
  • Track 15-2End-of-Life and Palliative Care Ethics
  • Track 15-3Patient Confidentiality and Privacy
  • Track 15-4Ethical Dilemmas in Resource Allocation
  • Track 15-5Moral distress and ethical decision-making