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Vision, Mission & Values

PIPSQC's mission is to hasten the delivery of safe healthcare to children worldwide.

Why a Focus on Children

We all know the expression: “children are not little adults.” This is particularly true in medicine, and impacts on the vulnerability of children to medical error and harm resulting from care.

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WHO AND WHAT IS PIPSQC
PIPSQC is an informal, international collaborative of professionals who share a passion for patient safety and quality in paediatrics, and who interact together across organizational and geographic boundaries, to advance learning and improvements in these areas.

This complex adaptive system emerged in 2006 as a result of a pre-symposium invitational gathering before SickKids’ Second Annual Paediatric Patient Safety Symposium. Those invited represented four countries on three continents. We recognized that our patient safety concerns were universal. The results of the roundtable discussion can be found in the
Paediatric Patient Safety International Collaborative document.
At dinner that night, the Paediatric International Patient Safety and Quality Collaborative was officially formalized and PIPSQC (pip·squeak) was born.
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PIPSQC BLOG

Target Zero at Children’s Colorado: Eliminating Preventable Harm

Mon, 17 Mar 2014 05:00:00 GMT

Author: Dr. Daniel Hyman

 

Our senior management team and Board members routinely describe the Children’s Hospital Colorado Target Zero program as being among the most successful in the 100+ years of our long and proud history. I would describe it as the most rewarding professional opportunity I have had in my career. [...]

 
 

The Unique Patient Safety Challenges of Children with Cancer

Tue, 25 Feb 2014 05:00:00 GMT

Author: Julia Hallisy, D.D.S.

Open and honest discussion of medical errors and patient safety issues is never easy. When the patient who is harmed is a child battling a life-threatening cancer diagnosis, it becomes exponentially more difficult. [...]
 

The Most Important Four-Letter Word in Healing

Mon, 03 Feb 2014 05:00:00 GMT

Author: Kim Lynnette Sandstrom

Many in patient safety advocacy know bits and pieces of Diana’s story, but there is a back story that soon I will be able to tell, and this little blog contains the DNA of what I will be sharing [...]
 

  
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