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Saving Lives: Achieving Accountability in Infection Prevention Part 1
Course Abbreviation
ROTH Inf. Prev. Part 1
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About the Course

This course is a recorded video from the Dr. Loren Roth Quality and Patient Safety Speaker Series event Saving Lives: Achieving Accountability in Infection Prevention March 25, 2019 that includes:

Learning Through Transparency: Alyssa Hemmelgarn’s Story
Carole Hemmelgarn, MS, MS
Parent and health care safety advocate

A View of Infection Prevention at UPMC
Graham M. Snyder, MD, SM
Medical director, Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology, UPMC
Associate Professor, Medicine and Infectious Diseases, University of Pittsburgh

Using Shared Accountability in Infection Prevention:
The Vanderbilt Hand Hygiene Adventure

Thomas R. Talbot, MD, MPH
Chief hospital epidemiologist, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Professor of Medicine and Health Policy, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

The Speaker Series was designed to provide health care clinicians, executives, managers, and board members with an overview of theory and best practices related to quality and patient safety. It encourages new thinking, problem solving, and the forging of innovative pathways to deliver on the promise of a safer health care system.

CME credits will be offered after viewing course material and completing a course evaluation and survey.