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By IHI Open School | Monday, Nov 13, 2017
Sherry Liang, a medical student and Co-President for the IHI Open School Chapter in Portland, OR, has won the IHI Open School’s Change Agent of the Year award.

 

Tag(s): Chapter Leader, Leadership
By Gina Deitz | Monday, Oct 30, 2017
Students reflect on what they've learned by running a clinic for underserved people: "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care."

 

Tag(s): Chapter Leader, Chapter Network, Equitable Care Delivery
By Gina Deitz | Tuesday, Apr 05, 2016
Setting up your leadership team, making a long-term plan, and marketing your work can make or break your success as a Chapter.

 

Tag(s): Chapter Network, Chapter Leader
By IHI Open School | Monday, Oct 05, 2015
The 2017 IHI National Forum is around the corner. How can you make the most of this epic event, which draws some 6,000 health care leaders to Orlando, FL, in pursuit of new ideas, new friendships, and new energy? We asked Open School learner Sarah Miano, RN, who has attended three Forums, to share her tips on mastering the Forum — from newbies to veterans, and from students to professionals. 1. Definitely go to the Forum! You’ll be exposed to so many interesting quality improvement initiatives a ... read full post

 

Tag(s): National Forum, Chapter Leader, Leadership, Quality Improvement, Intern/Resident/Junior Doctor, Nurse
By IHI Open School | Monday, Sep 28, 2015
The Open School network is growing — and our Regional Leaders are here to support your Chapter whether you’re a start-up or well-established. What do Regional Leaders do? They’re long-time members of the Open School who can help Chapters on a one-to-one basis. Try them out when you have questions about planning events, finding resources in the Open School, connecting with other Chapters in your region, or brainstorming activities for your Chapter.To highlight the expertise of our Regional Leader ... read full post

 

Tag(s): Regional Open School Leader, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Chapter Leader
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