Author, Family Centered Patient
Advocacy A Training Manual
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Now offering presentations on the TakeCHARGE Campaign
Publication: The Patient's Role in Patient Safety
"It was an honor to team up with my colleagues from Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy for this important peer reviewed journal"
Why is My Work Different?
All training has been developed in collaboration with local, national and world leaders in patient safety, and is continually updated. I use the true stories of patients, their families, and those who work in the healthcare system to engage and motivate the audience. With thousands of hours at the bedside helping patients and their family, I use personal experiences as a way of developing educational tools. My work as an advocate for vulnerable populations such as people who have various disabilities, people who are transgender and people with limited English has given me insight to problems often not recognized by the healthcare system. Patient safety happens at the bedside, not in the board room. We need to be closer to the patient to get it right. Patient safety education can even be fun and interactive!
I focus on health literacy / communication and specializing in patient and family engagement for truly patient centered care. Patient safety can be about celebrating the partnership.
Contributing Author to Elsevier’s Patient Safety in Obstetrics and Gynecology Journal
Author, Rants of a Patient Safety Advocate, Stories from the Bedside
Author, Teaching Patient Safety, An Educator's Guide
Patient Safety Advocate and Consultant
President and Founder of Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy, Long Island's only patient safety and advocacy organization focused on improving patient outcomes and sharing patient safety information through advocacy, education and support.
Author of "Teaching Patient Safety, An Educator's Guide"
Patient safety education could be fun and interactive!
What does "making meatloaf" have to do with patient care?
What does going to the post office have to do with health literacy?
Do you know the difference between a patient advocate and the person you choose to put on your healthcare proxy form?
Is it privacy, or is it HIPAA?
These are just some of the topics addressed in Ilene's interactive Patient Safety programs through Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy.
Teaching Patient Safety Since 1996
Teaching Patient Safety Advocacy since 2006
Patients and families learn to be "Respectful but Assertive" and part of the team!
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