Get a broad introduction to patient safety and quality improvement work by taking a new set of online courses offered by Johns Hopkins on Coursera. Led by experts from the Armstrong Institute, the seven-course Patient Safety Specialization covers key concepts, tools, and strategies used in health care improvement, with opportunities to put them into practice in peer-graded class assignments. There are no applications, prerequisites, or class times, and each course takes about four weeks to complete. New sessions start every two weeks.
Participants can audit the courses for free to access all lectures, reading materials, and tools or subscribe for $49 a month to unlock quizzes, submit assignments, and earn the specialization. Undecided? Take a seven-day free trial and get full access to all the courses in this specialization.
Learn more or register today on the Coursera Catalog page of the Armstrong Institute website.