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Public Health Agencies worldwide have recently confirmed travel-related cases of Zika virus.  

While the risk of virus establishment in many countries is low, there is ongoing risk for travelers to the Caribbean, Central and South America.

Pregnant women and those who are considering becoming pregnant, are urged to take precautions against mosquito bites if travel to endemic regions cannot be postponed. Current evidence shows a possible association between Zika virus infection and an increased risk for serious health effects on a developing baby. 

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Risk Management in Obstetrical Care is a significant priority for many health care organizations. Recognizing the challenges of increasing expectations, differing policies and realities, and the significant implications for health care organizations, this one day conference takes a practical look at issues associated with risk management in obstetrical care.

Risks associated with jaundice, oxytocin, litigation and claims will be highlighted. Clinical and legal experts will discuss best practices and suggest strategies on how to apply these practices in your own organization.

This event is being offered as both an in-person conference and live webcast.

Salus Global is pleased to announce that it has received joint accreditation from the governing bodies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Accreditation Program (ANCC).

“Salus Global is honored to receive Joint Accreditation from ACCME, ACPE and ANCC. This designation recognizes Salus Global’s commitment to exemplary educational quality, lifelong learning and inter-professional education and improvement,” said Salus Global President and CEO, Malcolm Eade. “We are proud to contribute to more collaborative teams and ultimately to patient safety”.

With Patient Safety Week 2015 upon us, what more fitting time to note the upcoming deadline for the MOREOB Patient Safety Award.

Open to current MOREOB Program participants, the coveted Patient Safety Award recognizes healthcare teams who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to improving patient safety within their obstetrical unit. Hospitals are encouraged to consider participation in the awards process both as recognition of their quality improvement and patient safety efforts and to assess their progress relative to the achievement of their goals and objectives.

The 2015 MOREOB Patient Safety Award deadline is December 15th 2015.

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