Cambridge Seminar Agenda Now Available ~ Guest Faculty Offer New Sessions
The Seminar Agenda is now available for the Moving Forward with Patient- and Family-Centered Care: Partnerships for Quality and Safety ~ An Intensive Training Seminar, to be held November 3-6, 2014, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Thanks to Brigham and Women's Hospital for its leadership support.
Guest Faculty Offer New Sessions
IPFCC is delighted to welcome guest faculty at the Cambridge Seminar who will be teaching two exciting new sessions available to all attendees.
One session will feature the award-winning OpenNotes project, a national effort to promote and examine the impact of increasing transparency in care by inviting patients to read and contribute to their medical records. On Tuesday, November 4, researchers Tom Delbanco, MD, MACP, and Jan Walker, RN, MBA, and Eileen Hughes, a patient who participated in the pilot study, will present the session, OpenNotes: Patients and Clinicians on the Same Page.
A Wednesday, November 5 session, Bringing Interdisciplinary Teams to the Bedside: Care Redesign on a General Medicine Service. will be presented by Robert Boxer, MD, Kristin Huang, MD, Patricia Brita Rossi, RN, MSN, and Martie Carnie, a senior patient advisor. This session will explore the redesign effort and highlight results from a preliminary study of patient and family involvement in rounds.
These are just two of the 63 concurrent breakout sessions offered at this seminar. For specific information about the program, please see the seminar agenda.
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