October 13, 2022 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM
This presentation will discuss how to use data collected from investigating medication safety events to improve system design. Nurse leaders from any healthcare setting will be able to utilize the information provided to identify system design elements and human factors strategies they can implement to improve their medication processes.
Christopher Mamrol, BSN, RN, CPPS, is a Senior Patient Safety Liaison with the Patient Safety Authority for the Southeast region of Pennsylvania. Christopher offers an extensive and well-rounded patient safety background to his facilities. With his experience in the behavioral health field, specializing in quality improvement, data management, and facility-wide safety, Christopher brings a distinct skill set and viewpoint to the Authority. Prior to joining the Authority, Christopher worked at Montgomery County Emergency Services, Inc., serving in multiple roles, including as a Psychiatric Technician, Registered Nurse, Risk Manager/Patient Safety Officer, Performance Improvement Director, and, most recently, managing multiple departments as the Safety and Quality Systems Director.Christopher is a graduate of the Montgomery County Community College School of Nursing and earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Drexel University. In addition, Christopher is a member of the Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society, the American Psychiatric Nurses Association and the American Society of Professionals in Patient Safety. Christopher also has a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification through Villanova University and is a Certified Professional in Patient Safety.