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unSUMMIT Discontinues Conferences to Focus on eLearning for BCMA Education

Jamie Kelly and Mark Neuenschwander have announced the discontinuation of the unSUMMIT for Bedside Barcoding. In a letter to interested colleagues, they explain that after eight years of holding annual conferences, they will now focus on providing “affordable, year-around online education with the same high-quality exchange of peer-to-peer experience for which our unSUMMIT meetings have been known.”

The UnSummit for Healthcare Barcoding Calls for Abstracts

Presentation abstracts for The UnSummit for Healthcare Barcoding, held September 18 - 20 in New Orleans, are due by June 10.

Patient Safety Technology Advocates to be Honored at The 8th Annual unSUMMIT For Bedside Barcoding

On April 24-26, in Orlando, Florida, the TerraPharma Project, LLC will convene hospital executives, pharmacists, nurses, safety directors, and information technology professionals at The 8th Annual unSUMMIT for Bedside Barcoding.

Patient Safety Leaders to Share Resources at Boston Summit in May

Top-tier patient safety authorities will share the latest evidence-based information and resources related to one of the most significant challenges in today’s healthcare environment during the Patient Safety Summit in Boston.

Call for Presenters for 2013 TeamSTEPPS Conference

The TeamSTEPPS National Conference organizers are looking for presenters who wish to share their stories about any new, innovative and engaging ways they are using team training to improve patient safety in their organization. The conference will take place June 12-13, 2013, in Dallas, Texas.

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