Keep patient safety at the heart of everything you do.
Improve patient outcomes through efficient, targeted online education available in various formats to give you access to the learning you need. Many topics have been approved as MOC Part 2 CME activities for a variety of ABMS Member Boards. Additionally, ASA automatically reports your credits to the ABA when you complete your course work, saving you time.
Through quizzes, exercises, case studies, and examples, Fundamentals of Patient Safety brings key concepts to life and helps you improve the quality of care your provide. Free for student and resident members.
Approved by the Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety for 10 CPPS CE hours.
Approved as a MOC Part 2 CME activity by the following ABMS Member Boards: Anesthesiology, Ophthalmology, Thoracic Surgery and Urology.
Advance patient safety strategies with 13 targeted sessions from the ANESTHESIOLOGY® annual meeting. These engaging recordings include insights for improving outcomes and mitigating risk in a variety of settings, as well as higher-level looks at quality and communication.
Improve patient safety by learning about incidence and risks for IV infiltration and extravasation, which medications and patients are high risk, and how to diagnose and treat the potential injury immediately.
Registries are the modern-day method to remain vigilant and ensure high-quality patient care, and anesthesiologists are at the helm of patient safety. Submit quality data to AQI registries—NACOR, AIRS, and Closed Claims—and demonstrate commitment to patient safety.
What your peers are saying
“This is a great course. Introduces many important topics that one is not introduced to during residency training. Great format. Very well organized and prepared. (Fundamentals of Patient Safety)”
“This course contains information that is highly practical and immeasurably important to anyone in the health care field. (IV Infiltration and Extravasation Quality Improvement)”
“Superb training for anesthesiologists. (A-ACLS: First Response to Circulatory Crisis in the OR)”
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IV Infiltration & Extravasation (QI)
Create an action plan to reduce infiltration and extravasation events.