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January PFP-NJHIIN Updates: Antimicrobial Stewardship Collaborative; Spotlight on Safety: Raritan Bay Medical Center – Focus on Interpreters View
February PFP-NJHIIN Updates: HRET’s Interpreter Training for Bilingual Staff in Healthcare; Spotlight on Safety: Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset – Opening Doors to PROUD Family Health View
March PFP-NJHIIN Updates: The New Jersey Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (NJHIIN) is recruiting hospitals to join the national collaborative “States Targeting Reduction in Infections Via Engagement (STRIVE)”; Spotlight on Safety: New Jersey Sepsis Learning and Action Collaborative 2017 Update View
April PFP-NJHIIN Updates: NJHA is launching a statewide Pressure Injury Prevention Learning and Action Collaborative beginning in May 2017; Spotlight on Safety: Saint Peter’s University Hospital developed a Pediatric Safe Imaging committee, consisting of ED physicians, ED nurses, a radiologist, a radiology technician, nursing education, pediatricians and quality department staff. View
May PFP-NJHIIN Updates: More than 170 hospital leaders attended the May 22 launch of the New Jersey High Reliability Collaborative; Spotlight on Safety: Capital Health CAUTI Reduction Project View
June PFP-NJHIIN Updates: NJHA’s Institute for Quality and Patient Safety hosted its Antimicrobial Stewardship Learning and Action Collaborative on July 12; Spotlight on Safety: St. Joseph’s ALTOSM Program View
August PFP-NJHIIN Updates: NJHIIN and the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) hosted a Targeted Assessment for Prevention Workshop Aug. 4 as part of its Infection Prevention Collaborative, States Targeting Reduction in Infections via Engagement (STRIVE); Spotlight on Safety: Fall Prevention T.I.P.S. - Tailoring Interventions for Patient Safety View
September PFP-NJHIIN Updates: NJHIIN Upcoming Project Status Update Webinar Sept. 29 Spotlight on Safety: Radiation Safety Committee at CentraState Medical Center View