Celebrate Pride with inclusive health care

Cities and states across the country are taking the month of June to celebrate Pride for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual and other gender and sexual identities. WSHA wanted to take this opportunity to recognize several of our members who are providing exception care for LGBTQIA+ Washingtonians.... Read More >>

WSHA launches Infection Prevention Control Advisory Committee

The Washington State Hospital Association’s Safety & Quality team is excited to launch the Infection Prevention and Control Advisory Committee this month.... Read More >>

WSHA webinar discusses motivational interviewing in health care settings

Never in human history have we had more science regarding the impact of trauma and social determinants of health on patient health and well-being. ... Read More >>

New mask standards from NIOSH

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recently released interim guidance on new mask standards for workplaces called “Workplace Performance and Workplace Performance Plus masks, for workplaces.”... Read More >>

Bree Collaborative requests comments on cervical cancer screening guidelines

The Bree Collaborative has requested that hospitals read cervical cancer screening guidelines and give feedback.... Read More >>

Diagnostic excellence webinar: Fundamentals of Diagnostic Error in Imaging

The Northwest Safety and Quality Partnership will offer the Fundamentals of Diagnostic Error in Imaging as a viable hospital intervention for the diagnostic excellence strategy. Join WSHA for this program from 12-1 p.m., June 22, 2021... Read More >>

Invitation to join diagnostic errors collaborative

WSHA would like to highlight the following limited time opportunity to partner with Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) and Constellation on improving the diagnostic process during two of the three key stages of the diagnostic process: tests and results processing and follow-up and coordination... Read More >>

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

The month of May is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of mental health. One in five U.S. adults and one in six youths experience mental illness each year, and everyone faces challenges in life that impact their mental health.... Read More >>

Psychiatry consult lines and referral services available now – and permanent!

As May’s mental health awareness month continues, WSHA wanted to highlight three important resources for addressing the mental health needs of children, teens, pregnant people, new parents and other individuals seeking mental health care.... Read More >>

Achieving diagnostic excellence: Patients as research partners

The Northwest Safety and Quality Partnership is honored to host the third part of the Diagnostic Errors webinars series provided by Kaiser Permanente from 12 - 1 p.m., May 27.... Read More >>

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