American Academy of Pediatrics
Safer Health Care for Kids
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Related Offerings

Check out these other educational offerings related to patient safety.

Some of the offerings listed here are included for informational purposes only and are not sponsored by the AAP.  Inclusion of these selected offerings on this web
site in no way constitutes endorsement by the AAP ofthe educational offering, the content, or the program sponsor.

Alliance for Pediatric Quality
Improve First Webinars
A series of free, 90-minute webinars; topics include:
  • NACHRI Catheter-Associated Blood Stream Infection Collaborative
  • Cincinnati Children's Business Case for Quality – Maximizing Asset Production & the Revenue Sweet Spot
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Learning & Leadership Initiatives
  • Pediatrix Medical Group – a National Business Model for Quality Improvement in NICU Care
  • Trailblazer Improvement Collaborative for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Improving Performance in Practice Primary Care - Asthma Collaboratives
  • Cincinnati Children's Business Case for Quality – Quality as a Cost Management Strategy

HRSA Training Tool
Unified Health Communication: Addressing Health Literacy, Cultural Competency, and Limited English Proficiency
An interactive training course designed to improve interaction between health care providers and their patients by teaching providers and their staff how to gauge and respond to their patients' health literacy, cultural background, and language skills. ECRI Institute

INsight™ Web-Based Risk Assessment for Physician Offices
A web-based physician office risk/patient safety assessment tool.  Available for a fee.

AHRQ Healthcare 411 Series – Audio Podcasts
Hand Washing in Health Care Settings
Proper Use of Antibiotics and Research about Reducing Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections
Medical Handoffs – For Providers
Medical Handoffs – For Consumers

Duke University Medical Center
Department of Community and Family Medicine
Patient Safety – Quality Improvement Modules

Putting Health Literacy into Practice: A Pediatric Perspective
A Web Conference presented on May 23, 2007.  Coordinated by the American Academy of Pediatrics, in collaboration with the Federal Maternal & Child Health Bureau.