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By Juhi Gor | Friday, Feb 15, 2019
By prioritizing interprofessional events, student leaders are expanding their team’s ability to do quality improvement work. Take inspiration from one IHI Open School Chapter’s work to foster an interprofessional community to develop QI skills and challenge the status quo.

 

Tag(s): Open School, Chapter Network, Health Professions Education, Teamwork
By Charlotte Arvidsson | Friday, Feb 01, 2019
A group of providers are working together to improve the primary care system and address burnout.

 

Tag(s): Open School, Leadership, Health Professions Education
By Michael Briddon | Wednesday, Sep 07, 2016
The University of Manchester in England is taking an innovative approach to making care more patient-centered — by involving patients in the training of medical students.

 

Tag(s): Person- and Family-Centered Care, Health Professions Education
By IHI Open School | Tuesday, Nov 10, 2015
Duke University's Quality and Innovation Scholars Program (QISP) matches students with physicians and leaders in the Duke Health System to carry out health care improvement projects. So far, the program has reached almost 70 students. In the following interview, Chapter leaders Kathryn Hutchins and Maria Andrews explain how the Chapter got the program off the ground and how other Chapters can create their own practicum. OS How did the Quality and Innovation Scholars Program (QISP) get started? ... read full post

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement Projects, Medical Education, Chapter Activity, Health Professions Education, Faculty Advisor, Duke University
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