Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS)™ is a designation earned by professionals who have demonstrated their competency in the core standards of patient safety and application.
Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS)™ credential provides those working in patient safety ways to demonstrate their proficiency and skill in Patient safety discipline. This allows employers to validate a potential candidate’s patient safety knowledge and skill base, critical competencies for today’s health care environment. The Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS)™ credential is maintained every 3 years- The Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS)™ credential is a registered trademark of IHI/NPSF.
- Describe importance aligning patient safety strategy with Organizational goals and establishing metrics for patient safety responsibilities.
- Review in depth the five patient safety domains, following the exam content outline of cpps course.
- Discuss assessment of patient safety culture and steps to educate and promote safe culture.
- Acquire health professional education in patient safety. Apply mechanism to identify, analyze and manage risk and involve appropriate tools.
- Acquire knowledge and skills and practice questions to pass the CPPS certification examination administered by CBPPS.
- Evaluate patient safety scenario examples similar to actual exam questions. Assess own level of preparedness for the cpps certification exam and address additional areas for self-study.
Who needs the CPPS™ Course?
- Patient Safety Professionals
- Quality and Risk Management Professionals
- Health Care Executives
- Non-Clinical Health Care Professionals
- All other health care professionals with the requisite background.