The Role of Quality and Safety in Neurologic Training

MEETING:
2016 Education Special Interest Group (SIG)
(Held in conjunction with ANA Annual Meeting)

DESCRIPTION:
Since the Institute of Medicine report "To Err is Human", quality and safety has been a hot topic in medicine, and there has been increasing involvement by neurologic training programs and trainees in assessing and (hopefully) improving quality of neurologic care and patient safety. This year’s education Special Interest Group will discuss the current stance of our regulatory bodies with regard to training residents and fellows in quality and safety; review specifics of integration of quality and safety education in neurology training programs; discuss how to leverage institutional resources for quality and safety projects in residency; and discuss the role of the electronic health record in teaching quality and safety.

MODERATORS:
Steven L. Lewis, MD; Rush University Medical Center
Tracey A. Cho, MD; Massachusetts General Hospital

SPEAKERS:
Steven L. Lewis, MD; Rush University Medical Center
Presentation Slides (The ACGME and Quality and Safety)

Adam Webb, MD; Emory University School of Medicine
Presentation Slides (Quality and Safety in Residency Training)

Kathleen McKee, MD; MGH House Staff Quality and Safety Committee, Partners Neurology Training Program
Presentation Slides (Leveraging Institutional Resources for Quality and Safety Projects in Neurology Residency)

Steven L. Lewis, MD; Rush University Medical Center
Presentation Slides (The ACGME and Quality and Safety)

Allison Weathers, MD; Rush University Medical Center
Presentation Slides (The Role of the Electronic Health Record in Teaching Quality and Safety)

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