Kontos Medical Sciences Building
A lecture by a pioneer in medical and aviation safety, John J. Nance, on how teams that respect individual expertise save lives in the air and in clinical settings.
Book signing follows. Free and open to all. For special accommodations or to register offline, contact Gregory Kimbrell at (804) 828-0593 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About John J. Nance
A pioneer in medical and aviation safety, John J. Nance is a decorated Air Force and commercial pilot and a founder of the National Patient Safety Foundation. His ideas about leadership, responsibility, transparency and accountability are part of the national conversation on how a team-centered approach can save lives, make patients safer and strengthen the performance of hospitals and clinics. He will discuss his most recent book, "Why Hospitals Should Fly: The Ultimate Flight Plan to Patient Safety and Quality Care" and share how communications, common goals, relationships among all levels of medical staff, and other themes contribute to success in clinical settings.
The lecture celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Community Health Education Center and its success in providing the Richmond community with reliable and up-to-date consumer health information.