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As part of our ongoing commitment to continuously enhance our programs, we are very pleased to launch the MOREOB Online Community today as part of our Canadian Patient Safety Week initiatives.

Salus Global participated at the American Congress of Obstetricians & Gynecologists 2012 Annual District II Meeting in New York October 19th through the 21st. As the demand for measurable and sustainable patient safety solutions increases around the world the interest was high as hundreds of Doctors, Administrators and Health Care Professionals attended the ACOG District II Annual meeting where the Salus Global team was presenting information on a comprehensive range of products and solutions available including the market leading MOREOB Program.

Salus Global is very proud to be participating in the 2012 Canadian Patient Safety Week to assist in focusing the spotlight on patient safety issues and solutions. This year represents a significant milestone as it marks the 10th anniversary of our flagship patient safety program, MOREOB. Over the years, we have had the privilege of assisting thousands of Canadian health care providers develop a measurable and sustainable “culture of safety” within their organizations. More than 80% of births in Canada have occurred in hospitals that have engaged in the MOREOB Program.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and Salus Global have established a research award in the area of Patient Safety in Obstetrics. The purpose of this grant is to provide Junior Fellows or Fellows of the College with funding to advance knowledge on issues related to Patient Safety with a special interest in the areas of Communication, Teamwork and Inter-professional coordination. The award is available from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists through a grant to the College by Salus Global (providers and implementors of the MOREOB patient safety program).

Awarded May 8, 2012

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists/MOREOB Research Fellowship in Patient Safety In Obstetrics was awarded to Dr. Jean Ju Sheen from the Montefiore Medical Centre / Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The title of her research study is A SWIFT Method for Handing Off Obstetrical Patients on the Labor Floor. She will pursue this research study over the next 12 months with the expectation of publishing her results.

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