Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS)


Save Lives by Improving Patient Safety

What is the CPPS?

The granting of CPPS status recognizing health care professionals’ achievement in the field of patient safety and risk management as well as health care  quality managements by the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) in the USA. The comprehensive body of knowledge includes patient safety, human factors engineering, and the practice of safe care. Certification requires a combination of education and experience, as well as successful completion of the evidence based certification exam.



  1. Review in depth the five patient safety content areas as required for the CPPS exam content outline.
  2. Discuss patient safety scenarios.
  3. Share examples similar to actual exam questions.
  4. Assess the participants own level of preparedness for the exam.
  5. Investigate additional areas for self-study.


This will be covered

  • Patient safety culture.
  • Leaderships.
  • Patient safety Risks & Solutions.
  • Measuring & Improving Performance.
  • System Thinking& Design / Human Factors.


Who should attend?

  • Executive health care directors.
  • Quality managers.
  • Patient safety managers.
  • Patient safety officers.
  • Risk Managers.
  • Medical & Nursing director.
  • Quality offers and coordinators.
  • Accreditation officers.
  • Healthcare administrators, managers.
  • Healthcare professionals interested in quality and patient safety.
  • Physicians.
  • Senior nurse.
© 2016 Developed by Blue Ray for Web Solutions. All rights reserved