MSOS and ISMP are again collaborating sponsors of the ASHP Medication Safety Collaborative (MSC) at the ASHP 2016 Summer Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland on June 11-15th. In addition to the ASHP-MSC events, MSOS will again be hosting a members' networking meeting on Sunday from 12:30-1:30 pm (Room 337), and an informal gathering with free drinks/small bites on Monday 5:30-7:00 pm in the bar/lounge at the Kona Grill (1 E. Pratt St).
Join MSOS and ISMP at one of the following events:
- MSOS Members Meeting will be held on Sunday June 12, 2016 from 12:30-1:30pm in Room 337 (Level 300) of the Baltimore Convention Center. The meeting will provide an update on MSOS activities and future changes and a networking session for MSOS members.
- Educational Session: “ISMP 2016 Updates: Best Practices to Enhance Patient Safety” will be held just prior to the member meeting on Sunday, June 12, 2016, from 10:30 am-12:30 pm in Ballroom III (Level 400). Topics include: the top medication safety issues in the past year, an update to the 2016-2017 Targeted Medication Safety Best Practices for Hospitals with baseline survey results, and an update on new or revised ISMP Guidelines, including the new insulin guidelines and revised sterile compounding guidelines.
- Member social reception- MSOS will be hosting an informal gathering with free drinks and small bites - Monday night, June 13, 2016 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at the Kona Grill (1 East Pratt St - between St. Charles and Light Sts). Meet us in the bar/lounge area and say your are with MSOS.
- Collaborating Partner Table in the Upper Pratt Street Lobby of the Baltimore Convention Center, near Registration (and on the other side of the up-escalator from Starbucks). Meet with MSOS and ISMP staff in the convention center.
MSC offers four days of interactive education and invaluable networking that will equip and inspire attendees to immediately implement their newfound knowledge into their practices. Join together with interprofessional teams of clinicians and administrators who focus on quality and patient safety. At the 2016 Medication Safety Collaborative, participants will not only obtain more than 18 hours of CE in their respective fields (CME, CPE, Nursing CE), but will also work collaboratively to envision a safer healthcare system and engage with their peers to discover solutions. Most importantly, they will gain key insights and knowledge that they can then apply to their practices. Encourage your patient safety colleagues to attend! For more information about the MSC, see: www.medicationsafetycollaborative.org.
Mark your calendars, we look forward to seeing you there.