Educational Session Offered at NC TraCS CTRC

Participatory Improvement: How Patient and Family-Centered Care is Changing the way we Design, Implement, and Evaluate Healthcare Quality Projects and Research

When Sep 24, 2010
from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Old Clinic Auditorium, Room 4008
Contact Name Michelle Maclay
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Participatory Improvement:
How Patient and Family-Centered Care is Changing the way we Design, Implement, and Evaluate Healthcare Quality Projects and Research

 

This class (with CNE units) will be held in the Old Clinic Auditorium, Room 4008 on Thursday, September 23 from 3-4 PM.
This is the fourth class in a series of four that is targeting those who work with pediatric patients.
This class will be taught by Tara Bristol, MA, March of Dimes NICU Family Support Specialist in UNC’s Newborn Critical Care Center and the objectives are:

  1. Attendee will learn three strategies for successfully engaging patients/family members in the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality and/or research projects.
  2. Attendee will learn three positive outcomes for staff/researchers when patients/family members are engaged in all phases of quality and/or research projects.

To register or for more information, please contact Leslie Powell, PNP, leslie_powell@med.unc.edu or at 843-0267.

 
 The NC TraCS Institute is the academic home of the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more information about NC TraCS programs and services, call us at 919.966.6022, email us at nctracs@unc.edu, or visit us online at tracs.unc.edu.