TY - JOUR. T1 - Organizational Factors that Influence Information Technology Diffusion in Academic Health Sciences Centers. AU - Ash, Joan. PY - 1997. Y1 - 1997. N2 - Objective: To identify the organizational factors which influence the diffusion of end user online literature searching, the computer-based patient record, and electronic mail systems in academic health sciences centers in the United States. Design: A total of 1335 individuals working in informatics and library areas at 67 academic health sciences centers in the U.S. were surveyed. Multivariate techniques were used to evaluate the relationship between the set of six organizational factors and two measures of innovation diffusion. Measurements: A Guttman-like scale was developed to measure infusion, or depth or sophistication, of each of the three innovations at each institution. Diffusion was measured by a question previously developed for another study. Six independent variables were measured via five formerly developed scales and ...
Clin Med 12(3):200-206 (2012). The well-trained APP provides a consistent level of competence and beyond. Here the graph on the left represents the PGY1-PGY3 resident while the graph on the right represents the fellow. The solid line labeled Physician Assistants is the well-trained APP that has been practicing for at least 2 years on service.. Chekijian et al. aimed to describe best practices and considerations regarding the integration of APPs at four separate academic institutions in Emergency Medicine. Yale has a postgraduate APP residency in EM that is 18 months in duration and directly parallels the medical residency for MDs with complete integration from the start date of the internship year through the 18 month program. Expectations of review of board material also parallel the MD residency program. At Brown, Physician Extender Development Program (PEDP) was developed for new graduate APPs for a 1 year period. This includes 5 hours of lecture time each week with the EM residency ...
Training can provide good preparation for EMR use, but it is during the go-live period that users actually begin to interact with the EMR in their daily work environment. At go-live, well-planned support is critical. Considerations for this type of support include determining the appropriate ratio of support personnel per user, determining the length of time intense support will be needed, and deciding the manner in which support will be provided. In our experience, we found that a ratio of 1:1 support for providers and 1:3 support for staff worked well. With sufficient support at go-live, the length of time needed to provide support can often be limited to 4-6 weeks, depending on how frequently the user interacts with the EMR.. The manner of support is also an important consideration. Initially, support should be active, intense, and at the elbow to allow the user to maximize the use of the native tools in the application, ensure appropriate incorporation into the workflow, and explore ...
Purpose: Invasive fungal infection (IFI) after liver transplant (LTx) is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Studies show that IFI prophylaxis improves outcomes but the prophylaxis regimen and patient selection criteria are not well established. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of our fungal prophylaxis protocol (FPP) on liver transplant outcomes.. *Methods: We performed a single center, retrospective study of adult LTx recipients between 7/1/09-6/30/17. We initiated our FPP on 9/1/16 in patients with one of the following criteria: liver re-transplantation, pre-transplant dialysis, pre-transplant hospitalization > 7 d, pre-transplant candidal colonization, MELD > 35, OR time > 10 h, biliary-enteric anastomosis, intraoperative transfusion requirement of ≥40 units cellular blood products, and return to OR within 30 d. Patients meeting criteria were given 400 mg of fluconazole on POD 1-14. For this analysis patients were divided into two groups; those screened ...
Background:. Invasive fungal infections cause significant mortality and morbidity. Isavuconazole (ISV) is a new triazole approved for treatment of mucormycosis and aspergillosis. Data on its effectiveness outside clinical trials and in patients receiving prior triazole prophylaxis are lacking. Methods:. We conducted a retrospective cohort study on all patients at the Cleveland Clinic 6/1/2015 1/31/2017 who received ISV to determine 6-week response in a population with varying underlying diseases, and previous triazole prophylaxis or treatment. Descriptive statistics and univariate associations were calculated. Results:. 33 patients were identified including Organ transplant recipients (5), Hematopoietic cell transplant recipients (7), and acute leukemia (18). 25 had lung involvement while 13 had rhino-orbital-cerebral disease. In 13 cases, a fungal pathogen was identified: Mucorales (7) and Aspergillus (6). 15 received triazole prophylaxis prior to initiating ISV. 24 received antifungal therapy ...
The American academic health center has emerged from a tradition that bound research, teaching, and patient care. In recent decades major changes in its faculty array and activities have been generated by extramural funding patterns that have emphasized the research functions of the faculty and, more recently, subspecialty care by faculty members, to the detriment of teaching functions and of immersion in major health care and health promotion issues. The latter are arising more prominently in the public agenda than in the academic agenda. The academic health centers should re-examine their activities with particular attention to the opportunities afforded by this emergent public agenda in biomedicine and health. ...
The authors discuss common themes of the Association of Academic Health Centers 6th Trilateral Conference, titled Health as an Instrument of Foreign Policy: Challenges for Academic Centers.
Simulation-based methods are regularly used to train inter-professional groups of healthcare providers at academic medical centers (AMC). These techniques are used less frequently in community hospitals. Bringing in-situ simulation (ISS) from AMCs to community sites is an approach that holds promise for addressing this disparity. This type of programming allows academic center faculty to freely share their expertise with community site providers. By creating meaningful partnerships community-based ISS facilitates the communication of best practices, distribution of up to date policies, and education/training. It also provides an opportunity for system testing at the community sites. In this article, we illustrate the process of implementing an outreach ISS program at community sites by presenting four exemplar programs. Using these exemplars as a springboard for discussion, we outline key lessons learned discuss barriers we encountered, and provide a framework that can be used to create similar
Dr. Erica Friedman has been appointed as interim dean of the CUNY School of Medicine. She will also continue in her role as Deputy Dean for Medical Education. Friedman is board certified in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology. She has practiced in academic medical centers in New York City including NYU School of Medicine, New York Medical College and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is an American College of Physicians Fellow and a member of the American Medical Association.. Friedman is an expert in medical education, having over 33 years of experience at academic medical centers. Dr. Friedman is passionate about advocating for diversity and equity in the health professions workforce and for being a change agent for needed systemic healthcare reform that will lead to health and quality of life improvements for individuals, communities and our nation, particularly those that are chronically underserved.. I am proud to be serving as interim dean of this amazing school of ...
Infections caused by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) doubled at academic medical centers in the US between 2003 and 2008, according to a report published in the August issue of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, the journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
Our ultimate goal was to determine whether the MyProstateScore test could be a practical, reliable test that could rule out the need for more costly or invasive testing in men referred for a prostate biopsy, says study lead author Jeffrey Tosoian, M.D., M.P.H., a clinical lecturer in urology at Michigan Medicine.. Tosoian and two of his co-authors were founders of LynxDX and hold an equity stake in the company.. Not all prostate cancers are equally worrisome. Many arise later in life and are so slow growing that the best course of action is to simply monitor them. It is patients with these slow growing cancers or no cancer who, despite elevated PSA levels, could be spared from the more invasive or expensive procedures if doctors had better tests, the researchers say.. The validation study included patients seen at academic health centers and in community health settings. Among these 1,525 patients, 338-22%-had cancers detected on biopsy that were group grade 2 or higher, meaning they were ...
After graduation, many MHA students pursue administrative fellowships at healthcare organizations. In recent years, students obtained positions at academic medical centers, consulting organizations, community hospitals, insurers, and health systems.. The post-graduate fellowship is a comprehensive learning opportunity which refines the individuals analytic, technical, decision-making, and interpersonal, while providing broad exposure to health care issues within an organizational setting. Fellowships afford a valuable means of observing, developing and demonstrating practical management skills while developing career networks of valued colleagues.. Graduates who decide not to pursue an administrative fellowship are employed in a variety of positions and organizations, including consulting, medical group management, policy firms, and third party payers.. Post-graduate placement map…. ...
The psychiatrist held the door open for me and my first thought as I entered the room was Where is the couch?. Instead of the expected leather couch, I saw a patient lying down on a flat operation table surrounded by monitors, devices, electrodes, and a team of physicians and nurses. The psychiatrist had asked me if I wanted to join him during an ECT for a patient with severe depression. It was the first day of my psychiatry rotation at the VA (Veterans Affairs Medical Center) in San Diego, and as a German medical student I was not yet used to the acronymophilia of American physicians. I nodded without admitting that I had no clue what ECT stood for, hoping that it would become apparent once I sat down with the psychiatrist and the depressed patient.. I had big expectations for this clinical rotation. German medical schools allow students to perform their clinical rotations during their final year at academic medical centers overseas, and I had been fortunate enough to arrange for a ...
Recent changes to the delivery of health care, including the affordable health care act, mandates concerning cost reduction, the need for greater efficiency in patient care and new reimbursement models have driven academic medical centers (AMCs) to the edge of a precipice. They have reached a critical mass where they must restructure, reorganize and innovate or else they will almost certainly become financially unsustainable and obsolete.. How did they get here? As the health care landscape has continued to evolve, these academic institutions have remained rather stagnant, creating financial pressure and a changing environment with which they cannot keep up. If the medical community is to keep AMCs from closing or from ceasing to be academic, they must now exert enormous effort to keep them viable.. To say AMCs are important, is to say that academic medicine is important, says Marvin A. Konstam, MD, FACC, chair of ACCs Academic Section. What were talking about here is preserving the ability ...
OBJECTIVES: To better understand patient satisfaction and perceived engagement with traditional hospital-based communication and to elicit patient preferences for health information technologies that would lead to improved satisfaction and engagement. STUDY DESIGN: We performed a mixed-methods study involving qualitative interviews followed by a survey of hospitalized patients and their family members at a single large academic medical center. METHODS: We conducted semi-structured interviews with 41 patients and surveyed 267 patients or family members to elicit their perspectives on satisfaction with traditional hospital communication methods, information needed to more fully engage in the patients medical care, and potential solutions for improved hospital-based communication ...
Consecutive patients presenting to two large academic medical centres with a Type 1 MI at ≤50 years of age between 2000 and 2016 were included. Cause of death was adjudicated using electronic health records and death certificates. In total, 2097 individuals (404 female, 19%) had an MI (mean age 44 ± 5.1 years, 73% white). Risk factor profiles were similar between men and women, although women were more likely to have diabetes (23.7% vs. 18.9%, P = 0.028). Women were less likely to undergo invasive coronary angiography (93.5% vs. 96.7%, P = 0.003) and coronary revascularization (82.1% vs. 92.6%, P , 0.001). Women were significantly more likely to have MI with non-obstructive coronary disease on angiography (10.2% vs. 4.2%, P , 0.001). They were less likely to be discharged with aspirin (92.2% vs. 95.0%, P = 0.027), beta-blockers (86.6% vs. 90.3%, P = 0.033), angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors/angiotensin-receptor blockers (53.4% vs. 63.7%, P , 0.001), and statins (82.4% vs. 88.4%, P , ...
A multidisciplinary neurosurgical group in northern New Jersey is seeking a BE/ BC Movement Disorder Neurologist to work directly with their fellowship trained Functional Neurosurgeon who specializes in Deep Brain Stimulation. The position will be full time or maybe part time.. The practice is affiliated with a large Academic Medical Center, the incoming Neurologist will have the ability to work with residents and also have research possibilities. The incoming Neurologist will come in to a 95% movement disorder practice. The Neurologist will evaluate patients suspected of having Parkinsons and follow them by medicating or making medication adjustments with these patients. The incoming Neurologist will not be on call for the practice, however they will be expected to cover their patients unless they are unreachable, this is done over the phone. If there is surgical issue at night or on weekend, they would refer to the neurosurgeon. The incoming Neurologist will have no ER coverage. There is PA ...
INTRODUCTION: The population of patients in the USA over the age of 65 is expected to significantly increase over the next 40 years. These patients are at increased risk for hip fractures and will pose a burden to providers in the near future. In order to provide high value care, providers will need to maintain positive outcomes, mitigate complications, and reduce overall cost burdens. This study was designed to investigate the safety and efficacy of a patient transfer protocol between a large academic medical center and a single specialty orthopaedic institution ...
In preparation for my next days cases at the large academic medical center where I work, I reviewed a chart for a 90-year-old with severe spinal cord stenosis who was scheduled for extensive spine surgery to alleviate debilitating neurologic symptoms.. She suffered from a myotonic dystrophy and mild dementia. Her history was complicated by severe mitral regurgitation with severely elevated pulmonary artery pressures and a heart failure-related hospital admission the prior year, although she had not had an echocardiogram for nearly two years. Afflicted with longstanding cardiac conduction disease, she had a pacemaker placed decades ago. It had been subject to many revisions since then but had not been interrogated for a year. Her spinal cord symptoms had progressed with such severity that for the past year that she was wheelchair bound.. Her primary care provider, a clinic nurse practitioner, had seen the patient recently. The patient is stable and she is cleared for her upcoming surgery, read ...
Mathur, G., Yadav, K., Ford, B., Schafer, I., Basavaraju, S., Knust, B., Shieh, W., Hill, S., Locke, G., Quinlisk, P., Brown, S., Gibbons, A., Cannon, D., Kuehnert, M., Nichol, S., Rollin, P., Ströher, U. & Miller, R. (2017). High clinical suspicion of donor-derived disease leads to timely recognition and early intervention to treat solid organ transplant-transmitted lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Transplant Infectious Diseases, 4(19). PMID: 28423464.. Ford, B. A. (2017). mecC-MRSA: Hiding in Plain Sight. Journal of clinical microbiology. PMID: 29118173.. Dunseth, C. D., Ford, B. A. & Krasowski, M. D. (2017). Traditional versus reverse syphilis algorithms: A comparison at a large academic medical center. Practical Laboratory Medicine, 8(2017), 52-59. DOI: 10/1016/j.plabm.2017.04.007.. Marra, A. R., Edmond, M. B., Ford, B. A., Herwaldt, L. A., Algwizani, A. R. & Diekema, D. J. (2016). Failure of Risk-Adjustment by Test Method for C. difficile Laboratory-Identified Event Reporting. Infection ...
LOS ANGELES -- Older patients admitted to a large academic medical center on busy shifts may have a greater mortality risk than those who come to the hospital on less frenetic days, suggested investig
The results also underline the need for something that is particularly important to me: enhanced, appropriately funded surveillance that will define the true size of the MRSA epidemic and delineate the behavior of the various strains within it. Right now, surveillance is patchy and incomplete, done partially by various CDC initiatives and partially by the major MRSA research teams at academic medical centers. As weve discussed, there is no national requirement for surveillance of patients, and very few state requirements; there is no incentive for insurance companies to pay for surveillance, since it benefits public health, not the patient whose treatment the insurance is paying for; and there is a strong disincentive for hospitals to disclose surveillance results, because they will be tarred as dirty or problematic. Yet to know what to do about the MRSA epidemic, we first have to know the size and character of what we are dealing with, and we do not now ...
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) and the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) established an Alternate Funding Plan (AFP) for all academic physicians at Academic Health Science Centres in Ontario providing new funding beginning in 2000. NOSM physician clinical faculty were not covered by the plan. The Physician Clinical Teachers Association (PCTA) and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), working with the OMA and the MOHLTC, were successful in obtaining transitional funding for NOSM physician clinical faculty of $2.1 million for 2008-09 as a first step in moving toward an agreement.. Effective April 1, 2009, the NOSM alternative funding plan, a contractual agreement between the PCTA, OMA, MOHLTC, and NOSM was signed. The signatories to this agreement were the Hon. Deb Matthews (MOHLTC), Dr. David Mutrie (President of the PCTA), Dr. Roger Strasser (Dean and CEO of NOSM), and Mr. Robert Lee (legal counsel for the OMA). The agreement provides for $7.1 million of annual ...
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Role Competencies for a Professional-Level Program Director in an Academic Setting (Roles** Document) (2003). Am J Occup Ther November/December 2004, Vol. 58(6), 651-652. doi: https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.58.6.651. Download citation file:. ...
Our blended Academic Practice programme is designed to support the professional development of staff involved in teaching and supporting learning in higher education at various points in their career. The programme strives to provide a variety of practical advice and support to enhance the competence, confidence and professional development of teachers in higher education as well as provide an opportunity to engage in scholarly practice, theory and research and scholarship related to higher education.. ...
Academic medical centers sit at the nexus of scientific care, education and research. Even under normal scenarios, stabilizing these priorities can be challenging, however the COVID-19 pandemic has actually worsened existing difficulties.. At a Sept. 25 session at the Beckers Academic Medical Centers Virtual Forum, 3 leaders went over how their organizations are satisfying their mentor missions and encouraging cooperation despite the difficulties induced by the pandemic.. Panelists included:. Here is an excerpt from the conversation, modified for clarity. To view the full session on-demand, click on this link.. ● Mary Nash, PhD, vice president of company advancement and learning at NYU Langone Health in New York City ● Ted Witherell, senior director of talent management at Boston-based Partners HealthCare System ● Vineet Arora, MD, assistant dean of scholarship and discovery at the Pritzker School of Medicine, and associate CMO-clinical learning environment at University of Chicago ...
There was also a half-day release to assess elderly patients at home. In the fourth year, students had twelve half days in general practice on the management of chronic illness, with opportunities for computer assisted learning. They were also taken to see patients with infectious diseases at home. Organising teaching was a considerable task involving fifty to 100 general practice tutors, who received little recompense. In addition, staff did joint teaching in the third integrated year, including at the bedside in hospitals. This was helped a great deal by the support of the then FHSA who believed strongly in the student presence in practices helping to raise standards. The other major fortuitous activity was the development of the NHS R&D initiative which in the mid-1990s had several commissioned calls for research that spoke strongly to the academic general practice agenda and skill base. This, together with further funds to appoint two lecturers in general practice, marked the beginning of an ...
IRVINE, Calif., and HERSTAL, Belgium, June 21, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MDxHealth SA (Euronext: MDXH.BR), announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Duke University Health System regarding the use of its ConfirmMDx for Prostate Cancer test. The test is approved for the management of men with a previous negative prostate biopsy who may be at risk for undetected cancer and are being considered for a repeat biopsy.
Clinical question: What is the influence of patient complexities on providers decisions to prescribe antibiotics in three common hospital-based clinical vignettes? Background: Antibiotic treatment decisions for medically complex patients are complicated, because the risk of undertreatment may be severe, while overtreatment may be associated with adverse effects and the emergence of resistant pathogens. It is believed that physicians are more likely than not to prescribe antibiotics for complex patients. Study design: Hospital-based, physician survey. Setting: Three urban academic medical centers in Los Angeles County, Calif. Synopsis: Physicians were presented with three clinical vignettes, with variations by age, comorbidity, functional status, and follow-up, and asked to choose the best antibiotic regimen. Of the 874 invited physicians, 255 (29%) responded to the survey; 245 physicians were eligible for the study. Study results showed 28% to 49% of physicians recommended antibiotics that were ...
AMC Strategies, LLC, is a consulting firm specializing in strategic and business planning for Academic Medical Centers. Our clientele includes hospitals, health systems, schools of medicine, as well as other academic and health care entities. The distinction of AMC Strategies in the academic strategic planning field has been built upon a foundation of over 16 years of hands-on experience, applied both internally within the academic realm and as independent consultants to leaders in academic medicine throughout the United States.
AMC Strategies, LLC, is a consulting firm specializing in strategic and business planning for Academic Medical Centers. Our clientele includes hospitals, health systems, schools of medicine, as well as other academic and health care entities. The distinction of AMC Strategies in the academic strategic planning field has been built upon a foundation of over 16 years of hands-on experience, applied both internally within the academic realm and as independent consultants to leaders in academic medicine throughout the United States.
Western IRB (WIRB), the worlds largest provider of ethical research review serving 2300 academic medical centres (AMCs) and hospitals, has announced an alliance with Huron, a global professional services firm serving the healthcare, higher education, life sciences and commercial sectors.. WIRBs and Hurons combined strengths can help institutions to improve the effectiveness of clinical research for the development of new pharmaceuticals and medical devices.. The alliance will provide clients with a wide range of administrative and clinical services that are integrated with empowering technologies to ease the financial, regulatory and operational responsibilities of performing essential clinical research.. Today, a number of factors have combined to make the conduct of clinical research challenging for many AMCs, hospitals and their researchers. These programmes are facing a reduction in government-sponsored research grants, coupled with an increase in regulatory requirements, said Donald ...
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Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a 487-bed academic medical center located in Bostons historic South End, providing medical care for infants, children, teens and adults.
In recent years, policymakers and researchers have expressed concern that the medical research system produces new knowledge that may not be incorporated effectively into clinical practice.1,2 Acquisition of much of the evidence base of health care through clinical research conducted in tertiary care academic health centers is one barrier to the translation of research into practice.3 This raises concerns about the external validity (generalizability) of findings, in part because the patients treated in such health centers represent fewer than 1 in 1000 patients being treated in the health care system.4,5 Thus, to improve the health of the nation, research must include representative samples of the majority who receive health care outside of academic health centers.. Research focusing on health conditions without considering the social, cultural, ethnic, and geographic identity of study participants may not be easily applied to clinical problems and the care of diverse patients in community ...
In this study, the authors report that close to half of the research leaders at U.S. medical schools do not consider their clinical research enterprises to be healthy or robust, and that they also question the overall quality of the clinical research being conducted.
Our study is the first to assess faculty attitudes, needs, and practice experiences with H/NP before and after implementing a solution to the H/NP needs that clinicians face. Furthermore, we are only the second group to explore physician acceptance, experiences, and knowledge of dietary supplements within an academic medical center [8, 13, 18].. Based upon responses obtained by our surveys, at our medical center, the NMCD tool appeared to be of greatest relevance to FCM providers. The openness and interest of FCM clinicians to nontraditional therapeutic alternatives may reflect a philosophical difference between FCM and other specialties, as this group of physicians tends to place great emphasis on developing, nurturing, and maintaining patient-centered relationships. Therefore, rather than simply disavowing use of all dietary supplements, it is important for FCM physicians to know about these alternatives in order to foster patient relationships. In contrast, our data found that our Med ...
AAHCI Fall International Meeting: Themed Innovation, Technology and Health: Making it Work, the AAHCI Fall Regional Meeting in Canada will bring together leaders from Canadian and international Academic Health Centers. The meeting will be hosted by Western University in London, Ontario, Canada, home to the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. Participants will explore innovative ways to integrate technology and healthcare within an academic health center ...
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) recently released a commissioned report titled Advancing Healthcare Transformation: A New Era for Academic Nursing. By building on the Future of Nursing report from the Institute of Medicine, Manatt Health examined the opportunities for schools of nursing within or aligned with academic health centers (AHCs) to become firmly integrated in advancing health care transformation.. The AHCs are hubs of innovation for developing and testing new models of care. Nurses, of course, are key to the success of transforming health care in this new environment, especially as the Affordable Care Act facilitates experiments that move away from fee-for-service and toward value-based payments tied to metrics for quality, safety and value in the context of population health.. Over the past few years, schools of nursing have already begun contributing to these important changes through all aspects of our tripartite mission of research, education and practice. ...
Most prominent academic medical centers develop and distribute advertisements to attract patients, but none have a formal review process to assess the balance and straightforwardness of these advertisements, according to the first study to investigate these practices. Several of the ads promote services of unclear health value to the public and, in some cases, seem to place the financial interests of the medical centers before the interests of the patients, the authors conclude.
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Academic Medical Centre at the University of Amsterdam. NLLaboratory Genetic Metabolic Diseases. Dr. Hans R. Waterham. [email protected] ...
Simones Maxims Updated and Expanded: Understanding Todays Academic Medical Centers also offers the latest perspective about the practice of medicine and how health care providers can best achieve their professional goals. Dr. Joseph Simone, author of the seminal Simones Maxims, speaks to all generations of physicians and health care providers about the hard truths of medicine and personal success. ...
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Mount Sinai Hospital. Mount Sinai Hospital, part of Sinai Health System, is as an internationally recognized 442-bed acute care academic health sciences centre affiliated with the University of Toronto that is dedicated to delivering the best medicine and best patient experience. It is focused on excellence in patient and family-centred care, innovative education and leading-edge research. Clinical strengths include womens and infants health, chronic disease management, specialized cancer care, emergency medicine, and geriatrics. The hospital has been designated with Exemplary Status from Accreditation Canada and every aspect of patient care is anchored in a rigorous quality plan and monitoring of safety and quality goals. Mount Sinais Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute ranks in the top ten biomedical research institutes in the world. The Hospital was recently named the first hospital in Canada to receive Magnet® status for nursing excellence and patient care. The Hospital is considered ...
We are the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta, one of the worlds elite academic health sciences centres, where top students are taught by award-winning educators and mentored by renowned scientists in a dynamic learning environment.. ...