Recognition

Promote & Reward The Practice Of Safe, Patient-Centered Care

First introduced in 2002 by the National Patient Safety Foundation, Patient Safety Awareness Week is a time to increase awareness about patient safety with health care organizations and professionals, as well as communities and patients themselves. Our affordable selection of patient safety products make great additions to your events, and are designed to promote a good patient experience and bring attention to a positive safety culture in hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical facilities.

Help Promote A Positive, Patient-Centered Experience

The best patient safety activities for your team members are available at Positive Promotions, where we carry patient safety tools, staff recognition gifts, and more, all highlighting the practice of safe, patient-centered care. You can use them during Patient Safety Awareness Week in March, by holding a health fair to encourage staff to deliver the best and safest possible experience for patients.

Make recognition an essential part of your patient safety campaigns. After your patients' stay, send satisfaction surveys and follow-up cards to determine the kind of experience your staff created for them. When a patient survey highlights employees for exemplary performance, reward them with recognition gifts such as a lunch cooler, water bottle, t-shirt, or tote bag featuring a positive message about patient safety, feeling confident that your facility is offering the highest quality care.

Using patient education materials is another important resource for your patient safety activities. Whether it's at a safety fair, open house, or any day of the year, have team members hand out our exclusive pocket pals and glancers, featuring information on topics such as patient fall prevention, or distribute patient amenity kits to welcome new residents and spread safety awareness. Even during organizational patient safety activities such as training sessions and team meetings, keep employee focus on maintaining the ongoing commitment to safe patient care.