The mission of the Medication Safety Officer Society (MSOS) is to advance and encourage excellence in safe medication use by providing communication, leadership, direction, and education among its members.
If you can't log in, it may be because you did not renew your membership by the April 1, 2014 deadline, and appropriately complete the required information. However, you can still rejoin for free by selecting the "Join" tab on the main page of this website and complete the membership application form. You can even use your old username and password. (Note: you may receive an error message that your username is taken and email already registered, but you can ignore it, the update will be accepted.) Don't miss out. We will shortly be moving to a new listserv that will only be accessible to members.
Don’t miss the next ISMP Medication Safety Intensive on May 30-31, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV (immediately preceding the ASHP Medication Safety Collaborative). This unique two-day medication safety workshop will be led by ISMP faculty and other selected medication safety experts who, based on their own real-world experiences in establishing and evaluating medication safety programs, will help you maximize your effectiveness in meeting today’s medication safety challenges.
If you have not already done so. please update and provide the additional membership information on the MSOS website. You only have until the end of this month. Starting April 1, individuals who have not updated their information will have to rejoin in order to access our new listserv and obtain non-public information and enhanced member services on our website.
MSOS is again a collaborating oirganization (along with ISMP) to the ASHP Medication Safety Collaborative, being held in Las Vegas, NV on May 31-June 4, 2014.
The Medication Safety Collaborative is for multidisciplinary teams of health-system based clinicians and administrators who focus on quality and patient safety.
The purpose of the Collaborative is to be the premier educational event for hospital practitioners interested in improving quality and patient care. The Collaborative offers 4 days of interactive education and invaluable networking that will equip and inspire attendees to immediately implement what is learned into their practice. An assembled team of distinguished experts in their field will present thought provoking and actionable solutions to optimize safety and quality outcomes. Learn how to focus your priorities; advance your quality improvement activities by including patients and families in the process, and integrate Best Practices and new tools to deploy at every step.