World Patient Safety Day

The 72nd World Health Assembly established
17 September 2019 as the inaugural
World Patient Safety Day.

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On the very first World Patient Safety Day, WHO is prioritizing patient safety as a global health priority and urging patients, healthcare workers, policy makers and health care industry to “Speak up for Patient Safety!”.

Cities around the world will light up monuments in orange color to show their commitment to safety of patients on 17 September. These include the Jet d’Eau in Geneva, the Pyramids in Cairo, the Kuala Lumpur Tower, The Royal Opera House in Muscat,  and the Zakim bridge in Boston among others.

World Health Organization calls for urgent action to reduce patient harm in healthcare.

Millions of patients are harmed each year due to unsafe health care worldwide resulting in 2.6 million deaths annually in low-and middle-income countries alone. Most of these deaths are avoidable. The personal, social and economic impact of patient harm leads to losses of trillions of US dollars worldwide.
— World Health Organization
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Improved patient safety, by way of better more realistic clinical training, has always been and will continue to be the ultimate goal of ReaLifeSim and VetReaLifeSim.

It’s an honor to be recognized worldwide as a 2018-2019 Patient Safety Advocate by Medical Training Magazine in their Patient Safety Advocacy issue for our unique wearable training products, work with live people, and focus on the influence of human factors.

They (ReaLifeSim) developed a unique and effective training product that helps to aid in training while working on live patients. Their product is beneficial to many fields, including training nurses, doctors, vets, vet techs, firemen and many more.
— Medical Training Magazine

Everyday is Patient Safety day for our Team.

More information about WHO’s campaign can be accessed at and