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Education Track Sessions

Partnering with Patients: Promoting a Culture of Safety

Much of health care’s education, training, and policies are established for the short-term inpatient. The piecemeal nature of managing long-term nutrition support patients is causing serious patient safety concerns. Oley has begun research on current issues facing these patients and what was meaningful to them. By enumerating the components of care, we have begun to identify potential gaps and solutions for avoiding gaps which lead to patient-led research initiatives and the call to establish national priorities for home infusion patients.
Much of health care’s education, training, and policies are established for the short-term inpatient. The piecemeal nature of managing long-term nutrition support patients is causing serious patient safety concerns. Oley has begun research on current issues facing these patients and what was meaningful to them. By enumerating the components of care, we have begun to identify potential gaps and solutions for avoiding gaps which lead to patient-led research initiatives and the call to establish national priorities for home infusion patients.

Learning Objectives

  • Articulate the top patient safety concerns regarding home infusion patients from the patient and caregiver perspective.
  • Identify the components of care associated with safe long-term home infusion.
  • Describe the patient-led research initiatives and patient perspective national priorities.
  • Speaker(s)

    Beth Gore PhD
    Executive Director
    Oley Foundation

    Speaker

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