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Our Goal in initiating this network is to entrust and engage patients, caregivers, families, and extended community members to have an active engagement in taking their own care.


To amplify the unheard voices of these members to bring a positive impact in the Indian healthcare system.


To have a multistakeholder partnership between different members of the society and work towards a common goal to combat the safety issues in India.

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The PFPSN India aims to empower, educate, and engage patients and families with their healthcare system in a more holistic and meaningful approach to make healthcare services safer, more integrated and patient centred for all. 


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We are proud to engage and form one of its kind group comprising different patient organizations from the Asia Pacific region. The expertise and experiences shared by this group have brought up significant topics and their learnings can be used to enhance patient safety and advocacy in the country.

Advisory Board Members for PFPSN - AP

Ms. Karen Alparce-Villanueva
Vice-President, Philippine Alliance of Patient Organizations (PAPO)

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We, Patients for Patient Safety, envision a different world in which healthcare errors are not harming people. We are partners in the effort to prevent all avoidable harm in healthcare. Risk and uncertainty are constant companions. So we come together in dialogue, participating in care with providers. We unite our strength as advocates for care without harm in the developing as well as the developed world.

Online Study

 Global Patient Safety Action Plan Course

In association with PAIR Academy, we provide courses on patient safety, antimicrobial resistance, stroke support, etc. These courses are designed for multi-lingual audiences and content is produced in such a way that it is easy to understand and remember. PAIR's website has been embedded in this section so that you take up the course easily.

Patient Safety 101
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