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TeamSTEPPS® 2.0

TeamSTEPPS®is a teamwork system designed for health care professionals that is powerful solution that improves patient safety within your organization. Learn more by clicking here.

 

Exclusive - Quality Improvement and Implementation Science Presentation

The Improvement Science Research Network Coordinating Center had the pleasure of hosting ISRN Steering Council member John Ovretveit for a week long visiting professorship preceding the 2014 Improv

New Evidence-Based Guide

Building Successful Research Collaboratives for Healthcare Improvement is a newly published evidence-based guide on best practices for collaboration. Transdisciplinary collaboration is essential in improvement science as complex research questions go beyond the realm of a single investigator.

 

What Is Improvement Science?

The Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN) offers members a unique opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from around the country on improvement science research projects based on the ISRN Priorities for Improvement Research. Through collaboration, ISRN members will leverage an unprecedented potential to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery, both locally and nationally.

 

Collaboration Opportunities and Benefits

The Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN) offers members a unique opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from around the country on improvement science research projects based on the ISRN Priorities for Improvement Research. Through collaboration, ISRN members will leverage an unprecedented potential to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery, both locally and nationally.

 

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Become a member of the Improvement Science Research Network - the first national collaboration of clinical and academic leaders devoted to accelerating improvement science in a systems content. Membership is available to both individuals and insitutions.

 
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Past Web Seminar

Beware of Workfroce Fatigue
"Patient Safety and Workforce Zombies: Tables of the Near-Dead Taking Care of the Living"

Presented by:
Rick Rader, MD

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