Residents and fellows are invited to participate in UCH C-Suite & Resident Safety Rounds and University Hospital.
Since June of 2020, leaders from the University of Colorado School of Medicine GME office and the University of Colorado Hospital have held a monthly meeting of residents and fellows from across the institution to meet with hospital leaders with the purpose of providing a safe, comfortable environment for housestaff to relay concerns, great saves, and success stories with a specific focus on patient safety.
To date, numerous improvements have resulted from issues brought up by residents/fellows at these rounds.
The expectations for the attendees will be to review provided RL patient safety reports from your program prior to the meeting, come prepared to discuss patient safety, and to have an open and collegial discussion with hospital leadership. This is an opportunity for your residents/fellows to enact true change at University Hospital and affiliated clinics.
Our sincere hope is this meeting creates a collegial environment that fosters trust and collaboration between hospital leadership and residents and fellows. The UCH hospital leadership recognizes the perspective housestaff bring by serving at the leading edge of clinical care. We look forward to working with you and your residents/fellows to make this a rewarding and productive experience for all involved.
Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email as well as an outlook invite from Dr. Jennifer Wiler, Chief Quality Officer.
Thank you for your continued support of the UCH’s C-Suite & Resident Safety Rounds between UCH leadership and your residents and fellows.
Please email Tyler.Anstett@cuanschutz.edu or GMEQualityandsafety@ucdenver.edu with any questions.
Please join us for UCHealth’s Patient Safety Conference on March 16, 2023 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. This year our conference is a hybrid format. You will have the option to attend in person at UCHealth’s CU Anschutz Campus or virtually. Registration is open and free to all! Space is limited to attend in person and based on first come, first serve basis upon registration selection.
UCH Quality & Safety Welcome Module
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CHCO Clinical Effectiveness-QI Office Hours for Fellows
The Clinical Effectiveness and Patient Safety (CEPS) grants call for applications is now open. These grants support the implementation of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety innovation projects. This is available to any residents or fellows working to improve care at either University of Colorado Hospital or Children’s Hospital Colorado. Funding up to $10,000 is available for resident/fellow authored grants.
NOTE: this is replacing the prior COEPS grant program at CHCO. This opportunity available for residents/fellows that practice at UCH and/or CHCO.
Visit IHQSE.org for more information.