Joined January 2016

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine is creating and implementing a longitudinal experiential program to train and empower all medical students with the knowledge and skills to serve as effective advocates for health systems science. Pritzker is utilizing novel technological tools, such as an online microblogging learning community with trained faculty coaches and point-of-care applications on mobile devices, to prepare and support students for their clinical advocacy roles in the health system.

2017 spring consortium meeting

Poster presented: “Room of Horrors” to Promote Safety & Value

Need/gap addressed: Identify and reduce hazards to patient safety. Focus on 8 patient safety and 4 low-value hazards.

Poster: “Room of Horrors” to Promote Safety & Value

Innovations & outcomes of the consortium

Principal investigator: Vineet Arora, MD

Associate professor and assistant dean, scholarship and discovery

Co-principal investigator: Jeanne Farnan, MD

Associate dean for evaluation and continuous quality improvement

Joined January 2016

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine is creating and implementing a longitudinal experiential program to train and empower all medical students with the knowledge and skills to serve as effective advocates for health systems science. Pritzker is utilizing novel technological tools, such as an online microblogging learning community with trained faculty coaches and point-of-care applications on mobile devices, to prepare and support students for their clinical advocacy roles in the health system.

2017 spring consortium meeting

Poster presented: “Room of Horrors” to Promote Safety & Value

Need/gap addressed: Identify and reduce hazards to patient safety. Focus on 8 patient safety and 4 low-value hazards.

Poster: “Room of Horrors” to Promote Safety & Value

Innovations & outcomes of the consortium

Principal investigator: Vineet Arora, MD

Associate professor and assistant dean, scholarship and discovery

Co-principal investigator: Jeanne Farnan, MD

Associate dean for evaluation and continuous quality improvement

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