Wednesday, October 24, 2012
“No hospital too small; no study too big”
With the approaches described in this seminar, it becomes clear that for the clinician, there is no hospital too small for conducting improvement research; and for the scientist, there is no research question too big that can’t be answered and supported through a research network. Today, multi-site network studies are a necessity to generate evidence for healthcare improvement and patient safety. But how well do they work? Join the ISRN for a discussion on easing the transition of a project from quality improvement to research.
Darpan I. Patel, PhD – Clinical Research Project Manager, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Frank Puga, PhD, Research Scientist, Improvement Science Research Network, Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Event Materials & Downloads
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Presentation Slides (pdf)