Developed for the PSE Fund 2017

Bruce E. Hirsch MD

We are grateful for the very generous support from the following symposium sponsors:


This fund is presently open by invitation only to nonprofit organizations that attended the Pulse 2018 Patient Safety Education Symposium on May 4, 2018.

The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund is a program designed to support patient safety initiatives presently on Long Island affecting any of its three million residents in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Projects should foster patients’ and families’ knowledge about patient safety and the patient and family engagement that improve treatment outcomes.

Funding amounts from $500 to $2,500.00.

The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund will support projects that:

  • Serve people from Long Island’s Nassau and Suffolk Counties with priority for those who identify with a high risk community (high risk means any group that research shows is more prone to poor medical outcomes)
  • Address a specific patient safety issue or concern
  • Encourage patient and family involvement in patient safety and medical error reduction
  • Receive less than 25% their funding from hospitals or healthcare organizations.

Before You Apply

Who Should Apply

What We Fund

What We Do Not Fund
After You Apply
Award and Reporting Requirements

Apply Here

The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund is a program of Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy