Lucky Thirteen

I started off the New Year with one of my favorite events…no, not the Mummers parade…but a unique program on our center city campus. This past Monday I got to meet with over 260 third year medical students for a special annual ritual we call “Interclerkship Day.” 2016 marks the 13th time that my colleagues more »


Training a new generation of clinicians

On Saturday September 25th, the Jefferson School of Population Health was the site of a unique training program designed to help create a new generation of clinicians fluent in the language of measuring and improving the quality and safety of healthcare. With support from Lilly, we hosted dozens of trainees from mutiple schools throughout the more »


Recent Travels

A few days ago in Boston, the Lucian Leape Institute of the National Patient Safety Foundation hosted an amazing meeting. This invitation only affair brought together most of the key stakeholders with a deep interest in changing how undergraduate medical education approaches the key topics of quality and safety. Among the guests were the leaders more »