Gradute Medical Education Toolbox

 

Graduate Medical Education Toolbox

This toolbox contains specific tools and strategies that have been designed to assist you in implementing Always Events® initiatives and meeting your patient- and family-centered care goals.
These tools and strategies were developed by numerous  healthcare professionals from across the country as they implemented initiatives designed to enhance the care provided to patients through the implementation of Always Events®.

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Communication Tools and Strategies

Graduate Medical Education Communication Tools and Strategies:

  • New York Presbyterian Hospital: The Patient’s Voice- Institution Wide Training for House Staff in Patient-Centered Care
  • Hebrew Senior Life: How Do You Have the Conversation?- A Curriculum for Residents
  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center: Patient-Centered Discharge Curriculum
  • Aurora Health Care: OB and Family Medicine Resident Education Regarding Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center: Communication in Family Meetings: Developing and Assessing a Curriculum for Residents
  • Georgia Health Sciences University: Improving Patient Rounds (IPR)
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Integrating Patient-and Family-Centered Care into a Simulation-Based Institutional Curriculum
  • Carilion Clinic: Resident Performance from the Patient’s View
  • Sparrow Specialty Hospital: Patient-Centered Training of Residents on a Medical Ward
  • NYU School of Medicine: Emergency Medicine Resident Training in Interprofessional Skills: Evaluating a Needs-Based Curriculum
  • University of Chicago: EPOCH- Engineering Patient Oriented Clinic Handoffs
  • Riverside Methodist Hospital: Teaching Disclosure: A Patient-Centered Simulation Training for the Crucial Conversation
  • SUNY Upstate Medical Center: Learning To Talk
  • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: Improving Transitions of Care for Older Adults through Interdisciplinary Education for Medical Residents

Care Coordination Tools and Strategies

Graduate Medical Education Care Coordination Tools and Strategies:

  • University of Chicago: EPOCH- Engineering Patient Oriented Clinic Handoffs
  • Georgia Health Sciences University: Improving Patient Rounds (IPR)
  • Sparrow Specialty Hospital: Patient-Centered Training of Residents on a Medical Ward
  • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: Improving Transitions of Care for Older Adults through Interdisciplinary Education for Medical Residents

 

Tools and Strategies for the Pediatric Setting

Graduate Medical Education Pediatric Tools and Strategies:

  • University of Massachusetts Memorial Hospital: Home Medication Education and Support (HOMES): A Resident Module on Home Care in Children
  • Children’s Mercy Hospital: The effect of a longitudinal curriculum teaching pediatric residents patient- and family-centered care (PFCC) on physician ‘centeredness’ and patient satisfaction
  • Children’s National Medical Center: Caring for Children with Special Health Care Needs

  

Acute Care Tools and Strategies

Graduate Medical Education Acute Care Tools and Strategies:

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center: Patient-Centered Discharge Curriculum
  • Georgia Health Sciences University: Improving Patient Rounds (IPR)
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center: Communication in Family Meetings: Developing and Assessing a Curriculum for Residents
  • Riverside Methodist Hospital/OhioHealth: Teaching Disclosure:  A Patient-Centered Simulation Training for the Crucial Conversation
  • Sparrow Specialty Hosptial: Patient-Centered Training of Residents on a Medical Ward
  • NYU School of Medicine: Emergency Medicine Resident Training in Interprofessional Skills: Evaluating a Needs-Based Curriculum

 

Transitions of Care Tools and Strategies

Graduate Medical Education Transitions of Care Tools and Strategies

  • University of California San Francisco Children’s Hospital: Transitioning Adolescent Patients (TAP) from Pediatric to Adult Care: The UCSF-TAP Program
  • Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Children’s Hospital: Healthcare Transitions- A Resident Learning Module
  • University of Chicago: EPOCH- Engineering Patient Oriented Clinic Handoffs

 

Patient-Centered Medication Management Tools and Strategies

Graduate Medical Education Patient-Centered Medication Management 

  • University of Maryland School of Medicine: Empowering Patients to Optimize Their Medication Regimens: A Multidisciplinary Approach
  • University of Massachussetts Memorial Hospital: Home Medication Education and Support (HOMES)- A Resident Module on Home Care in Children

 

 

 

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