Events and Programs at a glance

To learn more contact (516) 579-4711 or e-mail pulsecpseaconnect@gmail.com

If you would like to recommend a speaker or a topic, please call Pulse CPSEA at (516) 579-4711 or e-mail pulsecpseaconnect@gmail.com  and put in the subject line Pulse Programs.

ALL PROGRAMS ARE PRESENTLY VIRTUAL 

All Pulse programs include the patient and family experience and focus on patient safety.  If you are interested in being part of our planning and leadership team, contact pulsecpseaconnect@gmail.com

Comedy for a Cause; Patient Safety Isn't Funny But Laughter is Still the Best Medicine!

Coming Sunday, September 26, 2021

You asked for it - we're back and celebrating 25 years!

Don't miss out,   Contact us to see how you can help and purchase your tickets or become a sponsor  here

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Advocates Collaborative Educational Series (ACES)

The Advocates Collaborative Educational Series (ACES) is a national online program where patient advocates; independent, professional or family caregivers can learn and grow through educational programs designed to engage participants in thought provoking exercises.   Learn more here

Please note date and time change: Next ACES  

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Family Centered Patient Advocacy Training:

Learn to Be a Patient's Advocate or Support Person for People You Care About.

Medical Professionals, Social Workers, Caregivers, New Mothers, Members of a Faith Community - Everyone Welcome!  Learn about patient safety and advocacy, critical communication skills and being a support for a patient or the whole family. Learn more here

You can host this program in full (8-hours) or in part.  Fees apply.  

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PACC - Patient Activation through Community Conversations

What Would You Do?

Patient Activation through Community Conversations (PACC) is a program where people share their experiences so others can take away important information that would be of benefit to someone as a caregiver, someone recently receiving a new diagnosis or entering the healthcare system. PACC encourages finding solutions through what has worked for others.  See when the next program will be here

PACC's meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM Eastern Time

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PPS - People for Patient Safety

Usually the second Monday evening of the month. Presentation / speaker is about a scheduled topic related to patient care, patient safety and / or patient advocacy.  The mix of healthcare professionals and non healthcare professionals makes this program supportive, engaging and educational.  Learn when the next PPS will be here

PPS meets the second Monday of each month and is virtual

 

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The TakeCHARGE Campaign

The TakeCHARGE Campaign is an ambitious public awareness campaign that has significant potential to improve patient safety by encouraging people to become informed and active participants in their healthcare team with 5 Steps to Safer Healthcare! Learn more here

TakeCHARGE Team meets 1:00 PM Eastern Time on Fridays, to join us call (516) 579-4711 for details or e-mail PulseCPSEAConnect@gmail.com

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The Healthcare Equality Project

The Pulse Healthcare Equality Project is an independent, community-based program dedicated to improving the quality and safety of medical care for patients belonging to at-risk groups: ethnic and racial minorities, those who have certain specific diseases, and those belonging to any vulnerable or discriminated-against community outside the mainstream. Learn more here

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Patient Safety Education Fund

The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund is a program designed to support patient safety initiatives presently on Long Island affecting any of its three million residents in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Projects should foster patients’ and families’ knowledge about patient safety and the patient and family engagement that improve treatment outcomes.​ Learn more here