Patient Safety has emerged as a big global issue. Studies suggest that More people are dying in developed countries due to medical errors as compared to road accidents. The developed countries have taken serious steps to prevent the harm to the patients in the hospitals, but most of the medical professionals in the developing countries are still unaware about how they are causing unintentional harm to their patients.
This two-day International patient Safety Conference (IPSC, Nepal) organized by Nepal Mediciti in association with the World Health Organisation (WHO) & Government of Nepal, to initiate the patient safety movement in Nepal. This conference will be an eye-opener for the participants, they will get to know about various invisible factors, which make medical professionals cause Unintentional harm to their patients. The major objective of this conference is to impart the knowledge of patient safety and developing a comprehensive framework for the development of patient safety culture in the country.
This event will be on 28 and 29 June 2019 in Kathmandu and have an engaging and enlightening mix of oral presentation, poster presentation, keynote address and panel discussion from National and International experts along with the leaders in healthcare quality and patient safety. A rich and inspiring program, which will benefit all the delegates.
Till June 15th 2019