Vision of the Roundtable:
To create an annual retreat where experts in patient safety, quality care, simulation, leadership and health sciences education can come together in a relaxed and informal setting to review, discuss, define and collaborate through lively interaction and creative exchange of ideas; and, to implement innovative strategies in education that support a culture of patient safety and optimal outcomes in health care.
The goals and objectives of the annual roundtable retreat are to:
-- Bring together leading interdisciplinary stakeholders necessary for the development and implementation of patient safety curricula.
-- Identify and re-affirm required goals and objectives for curricular success.
-- Identify and re-affirm appropriate educational strategies and methodologies.
-- Continue the design, implementation and assessment of longitudinal curricula that meet these goals and objectives.
Identify and re-assess implementation barriers and strategize on how to overcome them.
Registration Fees are paid for by the organizers
Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435
|Angood, Peter||National Quality Forum|
|Barach, Paul||University of new South Wales|
|Boothman, Richard||University of Michigan|
|Brenner, Michael||SIU School of Medicine|
|Chromik, Deb||Transparent Learning|
|Dierking, Shelly||Patient Safety Education Partnership|
|Fisher, Teresa||The Children's Hospital|
|Goes, Ingeborg||Academic Medical Centre|
|Haskell, Helen||Mothers Against Medical Error|
|Johnson, Julie||Centre for Clinical Governance Research|
|Longnecker, David||Association of American Medical Colleges|
|Mayer, David||University of Illinois|
|McDonald, Timothy||University of Illinois|
|Osborn, JD, MPH, Denise||RCA Solutions|
|Shute, Patricia||VHA Inc.|
|Skolnik, Patty||Colorado Citizens for Accountability|
|Smith, Kelly||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Smorenburg, Susanne||Academic Medical Centre|
|Taneda, Kenichiro||National Institute of Public Health, Japan|
|Tekian, Ara||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Wojcieszak, Douglas||Sorry Works!|
|Yudkowsky, Rachel||University of Illinois at Chicago|