Maryland Patient Safety Center

What our attendees are saying:

“ . . . I thought [last year’s] Med Safety Conference was one of the best I have attended. Kudos to choice of speakers and panels. Additionally, the hotel was easy to get to, lunch was fantastic, and the environment was great.”   

~Jean C., Nanticoke Memorial Hospital

“. . . [the event] was excellent. There were some wonderful moments that were so impactful that I’m sure they will change behaviors and advance safe medication practices. Pretty powerful. Well done!”     

~Barbara T., MPSC Board

“Best conference ever! Both the content and speakers were great.”     

~Donna R., University of Maryland Medical Center-Midtown Campus

“This panel (Just Culture) is the best thing I have ever seen at any conference– the nurse and his integrity and bravery, and the support he got from his organization has taken our work in patient safety to a whole other level. Thank you so much!”   

 ~Lisa B., Doctor’s Community Hospital

Check out the full line up of speakers and continuing education information from the 2022 Annual Medication Safety Conference, Improving Medication Safety: Focusing on System Vulnerabilities and Creating a Just Culture

Annual Medication Safety Conference:

The Maryland Patient Safety Center’s Medication Safety Conference addresses key medication management and safety issues for healthcare providers including physicians, patient safety officers, medication safety officers, pharmacists, nurses and quality/risk professionals.

This activity has been approved for a maximum of 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits, 5.0  contact hours of Pharmacist continuing education credits, 5.0 nursing continuing education credits, 5.0 contact hours Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE) credit, 5.0 CPHQ CE credits, and 5.0 contact hours of Continuing Education Credit toward fulfillment of the requirements of ASHRM designations of FASHRM (Fellow) and DFASHRM (Distinguished Fellow) and towards CPHRM renewal.

Target Audience:  Physicians, patient safety officers, medication safety officers, pharmacists, nurses, quality/risk professionals, and long term care administrators

Breakfast and Check-In will begin at 7:30am.  The event will conclude at 2:30pm.



Opening Keynote

Using technology to transform your data story:  The use of data to drive optimal and safe delivery of medications

Sean O’Neill, PharmD.

Co-founder and Chief Clinical Officer, Bainbridge Health 

Closing Keynote

Significant Medication Safety Issues and Related Error Prevention and Mitigation

Rita Jew, PharmD.

President, Institute for Safe Medication Practices