Highlights, Week of January 21, 2015
The RTSS committee presents, discussion of The Liberator from Liz Wiseman’s “Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter.” Discussion leader, Ashley Hodges, PhD, RN. January 23 at noon, NB 1020. Bring your lunch.
The website is a wealth of information from tools, to training, to funding, to publications. Research on implementation science addresses the level to which health interventions can fit within real-world public health and clinical service systems. NCI-funded dissemination and implementation (D&I) research is conducted through research institutions in the United States and internationally with funding through Trans-NIH opportunities with other National Institutes of Health Institutes and Centers and other Programs in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
“The End Of The Beginning: Next Steps in Palliative Care Research & Practice" Presented by Marie A. Bakitas, DNSc, NP-C, FAAN, Professor & Marie O’Koren Endowed Chair. Tuesday, February 3, 2015 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM UAB School of Nursing, NB 1020. Space is limited RSVP here.
"A panel: Innovative mobile applications (mHealth) for HIV/STI programs and research" moderated by Janet Turan PhD, MPH with panelists; Ann Gakumo, PhD, RN, Bulent Turan, PhD, Robin Lanzi, PhD, MPH, & Steve Dellinger. Monday February 9, from 11:30 to 1:00 at the Edge of Chaos. Lunch will be provided and parking is available.
This interactive workshop is designed to enhance leadership practices for quality and safety. The workshop focuses on developing authentic leaders, practice environments, teamwork, and interprofessional collaborative relationships conducive to quality and safety. For more information contact Becky Wakefield askSONCE@uab.edu
or call 205-975-2481 or or RSVP here.