From the desk of Melinda Muller, M.D., interim Chief Medical Officer, Legacy Health
The University of Washington Medicine and Seattle Children's Hospital partner to offer a certificate program
The Certificate Program in Patient Safety and Quality is an innovative training opportunity run jointly by Seattle Children's Hospital and the UW Medicine Center for Scholarship in Patient Care Quality and Safety. Participants will develop the skills to effectively disseminate their work and build a track record of scholarship in patient safety and quality.
Who is eligible?
The Certificate Program in Patient Safety and Quality is open to faculty, trainees, and leaders in nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and institutional quality and safety departments.
What is the commitment?
Participants devote approximately eight hours per month towards the program (approximately a 0.05 FTE commitment for eight months). This time commitment is comprised of six mandatory full day in-person conferences and project-related work.
What is the tuition?
The tuition rate is $1,798 per person for UW-affiliated and Seattle Children's Hospital participants and $2,686 for participants from outside systems.
Registration is open now and due by August 3, 2021. Need more information? Ready to register? Click here.