Continuing Medical Education Courses
The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety is an accredited provider of continuing medical education. The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS) produces medical education programs that are for continuing medical education credits as well as non-credit programs.
PPAHS identifies, promotes, educates and certifies clinicians in best practices that promote patient safety and improve the quality of patient care. PPAHS provides continuing professional development (CPD) courses accredited through the CPD Standards Office, a world-leading accreditor.
Continuing medical education (CME) credits are required annually to maintain medical licenses for doctors, nurses, and other clinicians. In addition, most hospitals require a specified number of credits for their physicians to remain credentialed to see patients. CPD and CME “help medical professionals maintain and upgrade their knowledge in the chosen medical field and broaden their personal and professional experience after obtaining the postgraduate degree and becoming specialists. Above all, CPD-CME enhances the quality of patient’s care by constantly improving the physician’s skills, broadening the physician’s professional outlook and helping him/her to keep up with the vast amount of scientific information constantly being generated.”
CPD is a broader term than CME covering different educational programs. Internationally there is a move from CME to CPD, and PPAHS’s accreditation as CPD provider reflects PPAHS’s US and international following.
Patient Safety Podcasts and Videos
Patient Safety Podcasts and Videos offer in-depth interviews with leading thought leaders, researchers, patients, and health care professionals to bring a diverse set of perspectives on patient safety issues.
The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety conducts surveys among healthcare professionals and patients to gain insights into patient safety issues and to determine whether an issue.
These surveys are conducted online, where respondents are usually asked identifying questions – such as whether they are a patient or healthcare professional – multiple choice and ranking questions to provide quantitative data, as well as typically an opportunity to provide comments on the survey topic to gain qualitative feedback.
To view our surveys we have conducted, please click here.
PPAHS Conference Presentations
The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety is honored to have been asked to present and to put together expert panels to speak at annual conferences of leading medical societies, as well as national, regional, and state malpractice conferences and meetings.
Conference presentations allow us to discuss best practices, survey results, and other patient safety matters of national and international importance. They also afford us the opportunity of presenting patient stories and talk about the legal, financial and malpractice implications of adverse events and death, and their impact on patients, families, and communities.
For more on our conference presentations, please click here.