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December 2021

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Managing Patient Safety Events: A Root Cause Analysis Workshop

This 2-day live virtual workshop will provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and strategies to establish a standardized approach to managing patient safety events, including sentinel events. Taught by trained experts in quality, safety, and accreditation from Joint Commission International (JCI), the workshop offers interactive presentations using case studies and team-based activities to share information and develop the competencies needed for conducting a root cause analysis (RCA).

All participants will receive a complimentary copy of Root Cause Analysis in Health Care: A Joint Commission Guide to Analysis and Corrective Action of Sentinel and Adverse Events, 7th Edition, (a $129.00 value). 

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Define the organizational requirements for conducting an effective root cause analysis
  • Describe the JCI Accreditation Standards specific to identifying and managing patient safety events
  • Follow the steps for managing adverse events
  • Apply root cause analysis tools


  • 21 and 22 February 2022
    8:00am- 12:00pm (CST)
  • 8 hours total

This workshop is ideal for health care professionals who are interested in gaining knowledge and skills about quality, safety, and accreditation.

Register today and save $100! Hurry, this offer is only valid for a limited time*.
Enter promo code RCA100 at checkout for discount.

*Discount valid until 31 January 2022. Exclusions apply.

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Congratulations to All of the Recently Accredited, Reaccredited, and Certified JCI Organizations

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The Joint Commission Guide to Risk Assessment

The Joint Commission Guide to Risk Assessment The Joint Commission Guide to Risk Assessment identifies areas across all health care settings that would benefit from a risk assessment — and then goes on to explain and demonstrate how to conduct those risk assessments. The book offers sample risk assessments, tools, mock tracers, checklists, and other strategies to help your organization to identify, assess, and mitigate its risks.

Specific topics covered include infection prevention and control, emergency management, Environment of Care®, leadership, and more.