Healthcare-related Field of Study

You are the future of healthcare and we need your leadership

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People committed to ZERO

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People involved in workgroups 

You are big part of the solution

You can help us rebuild our broken healthcare system and demand that patient safety become a priority with patients at the center. You play an essential role in making healthcare safe.

I am a volunteer member of the Patient Safety Movement Foundation Steering Committee and have been attending PSMF events since the beginning. I have seen first-hand how they have effected change and saved lives through advocacy and education. Eliminating preventable medical error is a cause everyone can get behind, and should. PSMF is an amazing organization, dedicated to promoting best practices internationally to improve the lives of countless of patients worldwide. Together we can get to zero

-McKenna Lee, Volunteer
Our World Summit attendees were filmed and asked, "I'm ________ing ZERO." This is what our attendees had to say about our audacious goal.

Participate in workgroups

Multidisciplinary workgroups convene virtually to revise the PSMF’s Actionable Patient Safety Solutions (APSS) Blueprints

Join open forums on patient safety topics

Open forums allow users to exchange ideas about how to improve our healthcare systems, all are welcome to contribute

Access to education

We’ve built a education library which is constantly updated with new resources and information that pertains to patient safety

Early access to events

We release information about upcoming events through our community first

Customized newsfeed

We tailor the news delivered to you based on who you are so your dashboard doesn’t get clouded with irrelevant information

I have a great experience collaborating for two years now with the Patient Safety Movement Foundation as an Ambassador and contributor to the APSS. In my daily job as the Head of Quality Management in a regional hospital in Switzerland, I cannot emphasise more the importance of patient safety and the need of professional collaboration for the achievement of zero preventable harm in hospitals worldwide. The work that the PSMF is doing is remarkable and motivating for me for many reasons. The most important one is the need of a global patient safety community, focusing all efforts towards creating a great impact, which is exactly what PSMF is.

-Anca del Rio, Klinik Meissenberg, Zug, Switzerland