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LifeWings CEO to Speak at Virginia Patient Safety Summit in January
Date:1/16/2013

Collierville, TN (PRWEB) January 16, 2013

Stephen Harden, President and CEO of LifeWings, will be speaking at The Virginia Patient Safety Summit on January 31, 2013. This two-day patient safety summit will provide information and strategies on how to enhance patient safety, reduce the risk of error and improve the effectiveness of teams in the delivery of health care in the clinical setting. Participants also will discuss methods for teaching health care professionals how to function as team members. 'The Family as a Patient Advocate' will be the topic of his presentation.

Stephen Harden is Chairman and CEO of LifeWings Partners LLC – a team of physicians, astronauts, nurses and pilots that have helped over 110 healthcare organizations in the U.S. and abroad implement the best safety practices from aviation and other high reliability industries. He is the author of two books on patient safety, including “CRM: The Flight Plan for Lasting Change in Patient Safety”, and "Never Go To The Hospital Alone'. Results of his patient safety work have appeared in over 35 publications and news outlets.

Mr. Harden has been involved in safety training for over 20 years, producing over 40 separate training programs for commercial aviation, military flight squadrons, heavy construction, military contractors, and healthcare. He is a certified TeamSTEPPS® master trainer and has personally trained over 20,000 physicians, nurses, staff and administrators in the last 10 years.

A professional pilot with 34 years of experience, Stephen is a captain for a major international airline. His expertise in the field of aviation safety training has garnered him seven awards for superior performance and Quality Achievement. He also served as an adjunct instructor for the University of Southern California’s School of Aviation Safety.

Mr. Harden is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. He accumulated over 300 aircraft carrier landings during service with the U.S. Navy and was selected to be an instructor pilot at the Navy’s elite Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN). He holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating and Type ratings in B-727, B-737, and MD-11 aircraft and has served as an FAA certified flight examiner.

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