5 Ways to Boost the Success of Your Patient Safety Training Program

Shot of a caregiver helping a senior man in a wheelchair at home for patient safety

No matter how rigorous patient safety training is, clinicians are likely to forget much of what they learn within 30 days. When it comes to patient care, are you willing to take that risk? If you’re responsible for implementing quality or safety improvement initiatives, this webcast is for you.

Based upon the theories of spacing learning and testing effects, the Qstream methodology has been proven in over 20 randomized trials to boost clinical knowledge retention and durably change on-the-job behaviors to improve patient outcomes.

During this live, interactive session, our speakers, Harvard Medical Professor Dr. Price Kerfoot and Qstream CEO Rich Lanchantin, discussed:

  • How spaced education is applied to patient safety and quality improvement programs based on rigorous clinical trials conducted
  • Recent scientific advances in medical knowledge retention, and the impact of mobile and gamified approaches on behavior change
  • Innovative ways to gain measurable insights into the success of your training initiatives, allowing quality assurance and safety leaders to mitigate risk and meet the highest standards of patient safety