Program Date/Time: Tuesday, November 17th at 3 pm ET/2 pm CT
More than ever, our healthcare organizations and our communities need quality and safety professionals who are engaged in their role and current in their knowledge. Yet, the tyranny of the urgent in this time of disruption makes it challenging to focus on continuing professional development. In this session, we’ll review the timeless attributes required to be a highly effective professional in quality and safety, while addressing the timely realities presented by COVID related to limited time for training, inability to travel to conferences, and the importance of keeping up with emerging topics like telehealth and COVID itself.
At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
- List the timeless skills for leading quality and safety improvement in healthcare
- Discuss the timely issues to address in 2020, from telehealth to embracing intelligent risk taking at this time when speed matters more than enduring solutions
- Discuss specific training opportunities to build these skills
- Determine which additional training may be most useful