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emailqps@deakin.edu.au
telephone+61 3 9244 6120

Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research
Faculty of Health
Deakin University
221 Burwood Highway
Burwood Vic 3125

Upcoming Events


Upcoming Events
QPS Master Class- with the focus on patient safety issues
Monday 31 March 2014
nursing-masterclass-march2014.pdf (PDF 436KB)

This program is to differ from those offered by other groups and centres by offering learning opportunities not otherwise available.

For further information please contact Ms Kerry McNamara at: kerry.mcnamara@deakin.edu.au

Past Events

Clinical Partnership Forum: 'Patient Engagement' - 1 August 2013
The Centre for Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Clinical Partnership Forum will be hosted by Professor Megan-Jane Johnstone (Deakin QPS), Alfred Deakin Professor Mari Botti (Deakin School of Nursing and Midwifery), and biostatistician Dr Mohammadreza Mohebbi (Deakin University).

 

The International Centre for Nursing Ethics: 'Ethical issues at the end of life: practice and policy imperatives in health care', 14th Annual Conference / Human Rights and Nursing Award - 16-17 May 2013
The ICNE and Deakin University Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research (QPS) are hosting the 14th ICNE conference, which include the Human Rights and Nursing Awards at the 2013 ICNE conference.

 

Clinical Partnership Forum: 'Accreditation Reform' -5 June 2012
The Centre for Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Clinical Partnership Forum will be hosted by Professor Megan-Jane Johnstone (Deakin QPS), with guest speaker Professor Margaret Banks (Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care).

 

Clinical Partnership Forum: 'Linking Research, Practice and Education' -1 October 2012
The Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research (QPS) Clinical Partnership Forum will be hosted by Professor Megan-Jane Johnstone (Deakin QPS), with guest speaker Professor Tracey Bucknall (Deakin QPS - Alfred Health), whose presentation is entitled 'Integrated knowledge translation: Partnering together for the effective implementation of an ACSQHC standard'.

 

 

 


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