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CME Credit Available for Family-Centered Rounds Webinar

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The Society of Hospital Medicine is now offering CME credit for a webinar led by Dr. Elizabeth Cox and Dr. Michelle Kelly on the development, implementation, and evaluation of a family-centered rounds checklist and associated toolkit of materials to support best practices in family-centered rounding. The CME activity is free. You can view details and register here.

Nancy Pandhi et al. Win Patient Choice Award for Work on Engaging the Community in Research on Behavioral Health

Nancy PandhiCongratulations to Dr. Nancy Pandhi and her research team on winning the Patient Choice Award for their Dane 1 in 4 work. The winning poster, titled "Engaging the Community in Identifying and Prioritizing Outcomes for Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health," was presented at the annual North American Primary Care Research Group in October.

Nasia Safdar awarded funding from PCORI to study dietary fiber and gut microbes

Nasia SafdarNasia Safdar has been awarded a contract from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to improve research on the prevention and treatment of healthcare-associated infections (HAI). Dr. Safdar’s project creates a sustainable panel of older rural Wisconsin patients and their families, and other stakeholders including UW Health Infection Prevention staff and the Wisconsin Division of Public Health. To achieve this goal, Dr. Safdar and Researcher Mary Jo Knobloch will collaborate with Dr.

WCHQ Improvement Toolkits on Improving Diabetes Care, Hypertension Care, and Colorectal Cancer Screening Now Available

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The Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality recently partnered with HIP to make 3 improvement toolkits available on HIPxChange. The toolkits present evidence-based strategies and a variety of supporting resources that healthcare provider organizations can use to improve care and outcomes in 3 areas: blood sugar (A1c) control for patients with diabetesblood pressure control for patients with hypertension, and screening for colorectal cancer.

Elizabeth Cox to Speak at PCORI Annual Meeting

Elizabeth CoxDr. Elizabeth Cox will be speaking at the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute's (PCORI) first annual meeting, which will focus on progress in building a patient-centered comparative effectiveness research community. Dr. Cox will be speaking about her project, Family-Centered Tailoring of Pediatric Diabetes Self-Management Resources, at a plenary session that highlights innovative patient engagement in PCORI projects.

"Partnering with Patients in Health Care" Mini Med School Video Available Online

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The video of the "Partnering with Patients in Health Care" Mini Med School that was recently held by the UW School of Medicine and Public Health is now available online. Several HIP investigators and affiliates spoke at the event, which focused on how patients can help improve health care, research, and policy. You can read a recap of the event on the Center for Patient Partnerships website and the Department of Family Medicine website, and toolkits discussed in the event are available on HIPxChange.

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