Community Medical Foundation for Patient Safety
The Community of Competence™ and Foundation for Life
Community Medical Foundation for Patient Safety conducts independent research including:
Research projects include evaluation of the military’s trauma registry, a national study of unused and expired medicines, publications in medical journals, development of patient safety checklists for patients and families, comparison of safety reporting systems for patients, review and critique of Patient Safety Organizations (PSO), screening of traumatic brain injury (concussion), study of integrative health care and wellness, and studies of healthcare organizations and systems.
Research team members adhere to the requirements of human subject/participant protection and the highest level of safety and research conduct. Our Foundation has its own internal review board (IRB) comprised of our Advisory Board members. Collaborative projects with various institutions, allow us to use other institutional IRBs. Most members of our research team have strong academic and research experience and are elected members of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.
All research projects must meet the aims of and comply with the stated mission of our Foundation and Code of Ethics.
|Vision Mission Values|
|Code of Ethics|
|Interns & Fellows|
|National P.S. Community|
|Institutional Rev Board|
|Share Our Stories|
|Unused and Expired Medicines|
|Traumatic Brain Injury|
|Patient Safety Organization|
|Integrated Health Care and Wellness|
|Natl UEM Registry|
|Natl Dir Drug Take Back Programs|
|TBI Screening Center|
|Purpose and Goals|
|Models of Integrative Medicine|
|Patient Safety Forum|
|Seminars and Workshops|
|Patient Safety Products|