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Guardian Engagement Spring Update

February has been filled with wonderful accomplishments for the Guardian Engagement team!

Through group meetings and interfacing with parents, we have worked diligently to assess the effectiveness of our programs. 466 more words

Guardian Engagement Learning Community

Evidence-based Practice: An Elusive Ideal


There is a strong movement toward evidence-based practice and a new buzz-word, evidence-based leadership. is becoming popular. The evidence-based movement involves the complex process of: 543 more words

Terence T Gorski

Use of a follow-up survey for improvement of a digital library

I’d like to share some research I’ve done on continuous quality improvement of a digital library via a satisfaction survey. This paper will begin with an overview of digital libraries and usability and a brief discussion of recent trends in usability testing of digital libraries. 48 more words

Continuous Quality Improvement

Can Tracking Faculty Professional Behavior Reduce Student Mistreatment?

   In this paper by Trontell et al, student response to the AAMC Graduation Questionnaire on mistreatment at a US medical school leads to initiation of a continuous quality improvement (CQI) approach to measuring and tracking faculty professional behavior using data from students’ end-of-clerkship evaluations. 101 more words

Graduate Medical Education

Hello and Welcome!

Welcome to my blog. I look forward to us getting to know each other. I am a mentor, teacher/trainer, manager, and an expert in the health care industry. 76 more words

Continuous Quality Improvement

Is your health department running?

An Osterholmian analogy…

It occurs to me that your health department is a lot like your refrigerator. If you live in an area of the United States that pays for a state or local health department that has “the prevention and control of foodborne/infectious/communicable disease outbreaks” in its mission statement, then you are investing in both to keep your food choices safe. 185 more words

Epidemiology