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Invitation to Participate in National Landmark Study

Hospitals and academic partners are invited to submit applications to participate in this one-year study beginning Fall 2016. See further information on the STAR-2 brochure and under Improvement Studies.


Nurses Essential Role in Academic Health Centers: Transforming Health Care

Watch a conversation with Dr. Steven Wartman and Dr. Kathleen Stevens as they address the array of forces that are bringing significant changes to the academic health center missions of health professions education, research, and patient care/population health.  


2017 Vision for the ISRN

Success of the Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN) is built on a shared vision which takes into account the unique knowledge needs in healthcare delivery science across our wide array of vested stakeholders. 


TeamSTEPPS® Master Training Workshop

Are you a Health Professional who wishes to improve patient safety through interprofessional teamwork? Become a certified Master Trainer in TeamSTEPPS® at the UTHSCSA 2-day workshop.


What Is Improvement Science?

The Improvement Science Research Network (ISRN) offers members a unique opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from around the country on improvement science research projects based on the ISRN Priorities for Improvement Research. Through collaboration, ISRN members will leverage an unprecedented potential to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery, both locally and nationally.


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Training Opportunity

TeamSTEPPS® Master Training Workshop
San Antonio, TX

Web Seminar Series:

Wrestling Readmissions to the Mat: Evidence and Efforts
Part 3: November 18, 2015
What Works in Readmissions Reduction: How Hospitals Have Improved Performance
Amanda Brewster, PhD
Research & Education Associate, 
Yale Global Health Leadership Institute
Part 2: August 13, 2015
Discharge Readiness as a Nurse Sensitive Indicator
Kathleen Bobay, PhD, RN, NEA-BC
Marquette University, College of Nursing
Part 1: June 10, 2015
Project C.A.R.E.
Gulsham Sharma, MD
UTMB Galveston

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