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ISSUE 9 April 2014 

QUICKLINKS
Faculty Matters is a bimonthly publication for the University of Colorado School of Medicine faculty. 

   

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The Next Accreditation System: Where are we headed?

April 10, 2014

7:30 am to 4:30 pm

Thomas Nasca, MD, MACP

Nighthorse Campbell Building Auditorium

To register indicate your preferred session at http://doodle.com/hk2nhraqzq5tedpg

 

The Next Accreditation System: Where are we headed?

April 11, 2014

7:30 am to 1:30 pm

Thomas Nasca, MD, MACP

CHC-Mt. Columbia 2nd Floor Conference Center

To register indicate your preferred session at http://doodle.com/hk2nhraqzq5tedpg

 

Public Speaking and PowerPoint: The Potential, Perils and Pitfalls
April 15, 2014
Noon to 1:30 pm (Brown Bag)
Dennis Boyle, MD
Ed 2 North, P28-1103

 

Simulation Scenario Development Workshop

April 15, 2014    

1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Margaret Sande, MD

WELLS Center


Introduction to Simulation Debriefing

April 29, 2014

9:00 am to Noon

Margaret Sande, MD

WELLS Center

 

Procedural Skills

June 24, 2014    

2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Matthew Rustici, MD

TBD

 

Conflict Management for Supervisors

Sept. 9, 2014                       7:00 am to 10:00 am       

Lisa Neale

TBD


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​New Study on Remediation Demonstrates Success of School of Medicine Program

Few studies exist related to struggling learners in medical education; however, remediation programs, like the one Jeannette Guerrasio, MD and her team facilitate at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (SOM), are proving to be successful.

Dr. Guerrasio is Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine. She and her team recently published findings related to deficit types and predictors of poor academic outcomes in learners referred to the university’s remediation program. While remediation required substantial resources, the team concluded remediation was successful for 90 percent of learners. Not only did the remediation work, learners also reported that the program helped them as individuals.

Learn more.

Institute for Healthcare Quality, Safety and Efficiency (IHQSE) Update
First Cohort Completes Certificate Training Program; Second Cohort Begins Leadership Development Work

The University of Colorado School of Medicine is taking big steps forward as it develops training and leadership development programs that focus squarely  on keeping patients safe, reducing waste and improving workflow.

In 2013, a team led by Jeffrey Glasheen, MD embarked on a large-scale, organizational development program for teams and clinics at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) and the Children’s Hospital Colorado. The program is helping the Anschutz Medical Campus develop leaders who can facilitate lasting and sustainable changes at the front lines of patient care, through an intensive, year-long certification program.

Learn more. ​

Colorado Refugee Wellness Center Featured in Colorado Public Radio Story

This is the first year students from the University of Colorado School of Medicine completed clinical rotations at the Colorado Refugee Wellness Center, and it’s receiving statewide attention.

The story featured center director and faculty member Jamal Moloo, MD as well as resident Robin Chand, detailing Chand’s experience and sharing the challenges refugees face.

Read the article.​


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