The Clinician Leadership in Quality and Safety Scholarly Concentration builds quality improvement and leadership skills of future clinicians. These skills are developed around the science of improving access, cost, effectiveness, equity and safety in patient care. Learning is longitudinal, mentored and experiential. By the end of this one-year program, students possess the knowledge and skills to implement a quality improvement project. The program is directed by Dr. Casey Olm-Shipman, Assistant Professor, Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery. To learn more, email Karen Davis, Program Coordinator.

Meet this year’s students and mentors by reading the full article in Vital Signs.