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2017-2019 HMS Fellows In Patient Safety and Quality

Patient Safety & Quality Fellowship

The Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions (CRICO) funds the HMS Fellowship in Patient Safety and Quality to train physician-scholars to lead operational improvement efforts. You will find news and opportunities regarding this fellowship on this page. Please consider applying or passing this along to qualified candidates.

Overview

This innovative 2-year program creates future leaders in patient safety and quality and is open to physicians of any specialty who are residents of the US, and are in—or completed—a residency or fellowship program. The experience includes didactics and extensive hands-on experience in organizational quality and safety.

Fellows receive a per annum stipend and tuition-paid MPH through the Harvard School of Public Health and will be based at a Harvard teaching institution and work with a mentor at that institution.

     Sites

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
     Faculty
  • Anjala V. Tess, M.D.
    Fellowship & Curriculum Director
    Associate Professor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School
    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • List of site directors and advisors

In Their Own Words

 

This video clip captures two alumni of the Patient Safety and Quality Fellowship sharing their insights and experiences with the program. Click the lower right icon to expand this to a full screen.

 

Contact: For more information contact Grace Bommarito.

Call for Fellows

 

The application deadline for the class of 2019 has closed, but please check back for the next program later in 2017.


Visit the HMS fellowship page  to learn more about the program.