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Are you frustrated because you are expected to advocate for yourself following an upsetting medical diagnosis? If you have these or similar concerns or experiences, you may need, or may benefit from training in Critical Communication.
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(516) 579-4711

Introduction to Patient Safety: Educational Programs



For community members of all ages and medical professionals 30 minutes or longer.


Introduction to Disclosure



For healthcare professionals and medical /law students 2.5 hours.


Poster Presentation



Students design posters about patient safety or local businesses adopt a hallway.


Public Service Announcements



Television, radio and print.


Teen Patient Safety



Fun and interactive introduction to patient safety for teens.
Includes prizes and give-a-ways - 30 minutes.


What to Expect When You Visit Your Doctor



For women and young girls. Includes panel discussion.


Post Traumatic Stress Following a Medical Injury



For Mental Health Professionals.


Family Centered Patient Advocacy Training Program



Bring a friend with you to the doctor; what is the advocates’ role in patient safety?


Patient Safety Awareness Week



Prepare events and programs related to Patient Safety Awareness Week.


Handouts



Develop appropriate handouts for your programs or use our handouts with your logo.


Home visits and hospital visits to help families with advocacy



Someone comes help with preparing for the hospital or bedside advocacy.


Develop patient and family committees



Assist in preparing community members to be part of patient safety committees.


Many more services developed for individual needs! Additional services can be found through www.pulseofny.org