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Residents Lead Patient Safety Initiative through Wine and Wisdom Event
National Patient Safety expert, Timothy McDonald, MD, JD, will provide the keynote, “CANDOR: When Words & Actions Matter Most,” to health providers from across MedStar Health convening for Wine & Wisdom, an event sponsored by the Quality Improvement Patient Safety (QIPS) Council, a self-formed group of residents seeking to change hospital culture, encourage open reporting of adverse events and create system changes to prevent them.
Research Looks at the Impact of Educational Courses on Career Choices
In order to identify influences on career decision making, researchers at Georgetown University School of Medicine looked at a cohort of first-year medical students and the impact that specific courses had on their future career plans through pre- and post- course surveys.
MedStar Health will host a group of medical students from Georgetown University School of Medicine for the first six months of their third year of medical school at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center as part of a new shared curriculum that satisfies the students’ clinical rotations requirements in an innovative, patient-centered way.
MedStar Sets National Precedent with Patient Safety First Training for all New Residents
National Patient Safety Advocate Helen Haskell joined MedStar Health in welcoming more than 300 new residents this June with a three-day intensive bootcamp rooted in patient safety and high reliability principles.
MedStar Health hospitals, collectively, have one of the largest graduate medical education programs in the country, training 1,100 medical residents annually and offering training in nearly 100 specialty and sub-specialty programs. MedStar is also the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University. Approximately 25 percent of the Georgetown’s graduating class is matched into MedStar residency and fellowships.
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