IAHSS Annual Conference Heads to Canada

The hospital security conference will take place in Vancouver, B.C., April 23-25.

The International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS) will be hosting its annual conference and exhibition this year in Vancouver, British Columbia, April 23-25. The event will feature sessions that cover a wide variety of topics, from workplace violence to diversity to accreditation to active shooters.

Some of the topics that will be covered include:

  • Balancing privacy and security
  • Security and clinical staff partnerships
  • How the Dallas ambush impacted the Dallas County Hospital Districts
  • Visitor management
  • Securing an urban trauma center
  • Responsible use and oversight of conducted electrical weapons
  • Joint Commission updates

The IAHSS British Columbia Chapter has developed a Vancouver Welcome Guide with recommendations for local attractions including the following:

  • Dinner and tour atop Grouse Mountain
  • Discounts at local restaurants and hot spots
  • Museums, galleries, and shopping recommendations
  • Hiking, suspension bridge, and other natural attractions

Attendees are also welcome to register for the IAHSS British Columbia Chapter Dinner & Tour. The deadline for purchase is Friday, April 7.

Register for the conference.

Hotel information.

See you in Vancouver!

Photo: JamesZ_Flickr

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