ABOUT THE PATIENT SAFETY FELLOWSHIP
The Patient Safety Fellowship prepares recent and current graduate students to apply emerging methods and strategies in implementation science, team-based problem-solving, and continuous quality improvement for healthcare settings. The Fellowship is a program of the Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF), Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative (PRHI), and Health Careers Futures (HCF).
During eight weekly sessions in June and July, Fellows will learn about the Foundation’s signature QI methodology, Perfecting Patient CareSM, and they look across contexts to understand how existing quality improvement projects are successful. The 2019 Fellows will also have the unique opportunity to work with the newly developed Pennsylvania Perinatal Quality Collaborative members to analyze processes and identify contextual factors that impact the application, spread, and sustainability of their comprehensive perinatal programs in the Commonwealth. By interviewing select sites throughout Pennsylvania, Fellows will help in identifying and recognizing the winner of the 2019 Patient Safety Award for Perinatal Care.
DATES & TIMES
Tuesdays from 4:00-7:00 PM (dinner included)
June: 4, 11, 18, 26
July: 9, 16, 23, 30
One site interview between June 26-July 8
650 Smithfield St., Suite 2600
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
Creative graduate students and young professionals from diverse disciplines who are interested in maternal health, quality improvement, implementation science, public health, and healthcare policy.
Please complete the online application, which requests a personal statement, resume, and letter of reference: Apply here.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 8, 2019
For More Information
Please view the flyer here.
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