July 18, 2024

Ready to take your patient safety leadership to the next level?

The Institute for Healthcare Imrovement's Patient Safety Executive Professional Development Program is an in-person and online professional program to develop executive leadership skills in patient safety and quality improment. The 7-week course kicks off in Boston on September 10, 2024.

Learn assessment of organizational safety culture, utilization of diagnostic tools, data analysis and strategic planning, and proven ways to implement improvement changes.

View the session agenda, here. Scholarships are available.


Safety in Pediatric Dental Care: Curriculum for Pediatric Dentistry Residency Programs

This curriculum is designed to support pediatric dentists – trainees and veterans, individually and collectively – as they strive to create the safest possible environment for dental care delivery to protect the health and well-being of patients, their teams, and themselves as providers.

Achieving Safety Culture in Dentistry and Why it Matters

Quad A Pediatric Dentistry Accreditation Program

OSAP: Dental Infection Prevention & Safety Association

Dental Anesthesia Incident Reporting System (DAIRS)

Reporting is anonymous. All reports to DAIRS are maintained as privileged and confidential. DAIRS self-reporting system is used to collect and analyze anesthesia incidents in order to improve the quality of dental anesthesia care. (Examples of incidents include laryngospasm, cardiac event, equipment failure, drug interaction, and other serious incidents that cause permanent harm.) 

Dental Patient Safety Foundation (DPSF) Reporting Portal

Stay Current on Health Alerts & Emergencies (CDC)