Great Opportunity for Interdisciplinary Training in PFCC
Thanks to Brigham and Women's Hospital, for its leadership support to bring Moving Forward with Patient- and Family-Centered Care: Partnerships for Quality and Safety ~ An Intensive Training Seminar to Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 3-6, 2014.
What Makes IPFCC's Seminar Unique?
- Over 30 faculty members comprised of experts in patient- and family-centered care;
- Faculty review of pre-seminar personal learning goals;
- Daily planning and discussion in small groups with faculty;
- Support for creating an action plan individualized for your organization or clinical area; and
- Take-home resources for strategic planning; presentations, orientation, and in-service sessions; and evaluation.
Additional guest faculty at the Cambridge seminar will discuss:
- Patient- and Family-Centered Care in Medical Grand Rounds: The Impact of Patients' Perceptions of Care on Physicians;
- Bringing Interdisciplinary Teams to the Bedside: Care Redesign on a General Medicine Service; and
- OpenNotes a national initiative focused on providing patients access to the visit notes written by their doctors, nurses, or other clinicians.
Attendees can enjoy a special celebratory dinner on November 5th at historic Fenway Park!
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