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updated: Jun 14, 2017

On the evening of June 12, 2017 — one year since the worst mass shooting in American history — Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education and Advocacy hosted an event that remembered and honored the people who were killed that night, while providing valuable insights into the well-prepared medical system and people who saved so many who were grievously injured.

“Patient safety isn’t only about what goes wrong in healthcare; it’s about what goes right, too,” were the sentiments of Ilene Corina, President of Pulse CPSEA as she introduced a film, “ When Tragedy Strikes, Will You Be Prepared? Insights and Stories from Orlando Health at the 28th National IHI Patient Safety Conference.”

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