IPFCC’s upcoming intensive training seminar, Moving Forward with Patient- and Family-Centered Care: Partnerships for Quality and Safety, will be held at the Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront Hotel in Detroit, Michigan June 13-14, 2019. Special thanks to MHA Keystone Center and Beaumont Health for their leadership support.

This two-day seminar will provide comprehensive and practical sessions for leaders, staff, physicians, nurses and other clinical staff, patients, and families on how to be effective agents for patient- and family-centered change in their organizations. Overall, the event is designed to develop productive partnerships among health care professionals, patients, and families.

With the generous support of Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative and American College of Physicians, IPFCC has 10 registration scholarships available.

To be eligible for a scholarship, individuals must reside in the U.S. and work with an organization that provides ambulatory care (primary care or specialty). There are 5 scholarships for those serving as patient or family advisors (PFA) and 5 scholarships for health care professionals (HCP). Preference will be given to teams with a PFA and HCP attending as partners. Those selected for a scholarship will be responsible to cover the cost of travel and lodging for the event.

All scholarship applications are due no later than May 8.

Special note: Staff from Practice Transformation Networks (PTN) or Quality Improvement Organizations (QIO) are not eligible for consideration.