DFM Research Seminar: Medical Education, Policy, Healthcare and Evidence: Are They Part of the Same Puzzle?

DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE
RESEARCH SEMINARS
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016, 12-1 PM
 
You are invited to our UW Department of Family Medicine’s monthly Research Seminar Series.  We welcome all learners, faculty, and staff.  Feel free to bring your lunch.  Light snacks will be provided.

 
PRESENTERS:


Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH
CHARISSA FOTINOS, MD
Deputy Chief Medical Officer
Washington State
Health Care Authority

 
TOPIC:
Medical Education, Policy, Healthcare and Evidence: Are They Part of the Same Puzzle?
 
DESCRIPTION:
Evidence should guide the interpretation and decision to implement research results into the healthcare delivery system. Health care policy decisions help provide structure to and a road map for the healthcare delivery system. How much healthcare policy and system level information should medical providers learn early in their career? Does the changing health care delivery landscape necessitate a different approach? Having been a practicing FP, an FP Residency Faculty member, the medical director of the Clinical Programs operated by King County Public Health and now the Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the WA State Health Care Authority – I would like to share, (and discuss) some of my perspectives and thoughts about the questions posed above.

 
LOCATION:
Roosevelt 1 building, 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 308, Conference Room 357

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