Riyadh, April 20, 2018
The University of Saudi Arabia's King Saud University has launched a research partnership project to promote patient safety between the Saudi Center for Patient Safety and King Saud University, represented by the King Abdullah Research and Consultancy Institute.
The project aims to develop a national strategy to improve patient safety and reduce medical errors.
Dr. Fatin Al-Zamil, Advisor to the Vice President for Student Affairs, explained that the role of the university lies in providing advisory, academic, research and research services to enhance the concepts of patient safety through the university's academic, research and societal role through applying international standards in this field. In line with Saudi Arabia's growing interest in citizen health and safety.
The Director General of the Saudi Center for Patient Safety, Dr Abdul-Hossawi said that it is a priority for the center to empower patients and their families and raise awareness and knowledge of their safety and improve the health culture by conducting studies to improve the level of health facilities, stressing the possibility of the emergence of several projects through this project to support vision goals and achieve.
The agreement aims to achieve the vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030 and the National Transition 2020 Program in achieving scientific partnerships and seeking to develop them in the service of society to contribute to the achievement of community development and the aspiration of the superiors to upgrade health services in the country.