Apr 15, 2009

Getting Quality Improvement into the Curriculum: On Call with Dr. David Nash

Interested in having quality improvement and patient safety in the curriculum at your school? Wish you knew how you could help make it happen?

Join us for an On Call Event with David Nash

Monday, April 27, 2009 – 4:30-5:30 pm Eastern

David B. Nash, MD, MBA. Dr. Nash is the founding dean of the Thomas Jefferson University Jefferson School of Population Health, which just launched a new master's degree in Healthcare Quality and Safety.

You'll learn:
  • What it took to create Jefferson's new Healthcare Quality and Safety master's degree
  • How to effectively make the case to faculty or administrators for inserting quality and safety into your curriculum - and what you can realistically expect as a response
  • How you can get the quality and safety skills you need now when there isn't a formal way to do so at your school

Join this free call! Advance registration is required. Click here to register!

Follow this link to download materials for the call.

This free call is part of a monthly audio conference series that brings experts in health care improvement together with students from medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, health care management, public health, and other allied health professions. Each hour-long call is moderated by a student, ends with a question-and-answer period, and focuses on an issue that affects you. Visit our website to download audio files or written transcripts of past On Call audio conferences.

Hope to see you all on the call!

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