The Council’s work serves a non-exhaustive group of individuals receiving care, including cisgender, transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming individuals, transcending the traditional definition of “women’s health.”


To improve patient safety, promote equity, and drive culture change in women’s health care through collaboration of key stakeholders, including health care professionals, patients, families, and other partners


Safe and equitable health care for every woman


The Council on Patient Safety in Women’s Health Care’s purpose is to reduce harm to patients and promote equity by fostering:

Collaboration between diverse stakeholders

The development, dissemination, and implementation of programs and tools

Patient and provider education

An equitable patient-centered health care culture based on mutual trust, respect, transparency, accountability, teamwork, and inclusion

Recognition of how racism and implicit bias impact care delivery

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