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2018–2020 HMS Fellows In Patient Safety and Quality

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Patient Safety & Quality Fellowship

The Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions (CRICO) grants the HMS Fellowship in Patient Safety & Quality to train physician-scholars to lead operational improvement efforts.

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 currently in—or have previously 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 a tuition-paid Master’s Degree of Healthcare Quality and Safety at Harvard Medical School*. They will be sited at a Harvard teaching institution and work with a mentor at that institution. Learn more about our current and alumni Fellows through bios and video interviews. Please consider applying or sharing our information with qualified candidates.

 

     Sites

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
     Faculty
  • Kate E. Humphrey, MD, MPH, CPPS
    Fellowship Program Director & Site Director
    Instructor in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
    Associate Medical Director of Patient Safety and Quality,
    Boston Children’s Hospital
  • List of site directors and advisors



In Their Own Words

 

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

 

Learn more about the fellows  >>

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Call for Fellows: Closed for July 2019 Class

 

We are not accepting applications during this period.

 

Program page: Visit the HMS fellowship page  for details about the program.

Contact: For more information contact Melissa Manolis, Administrative Manager HMS Fellowship in Patient Safety & Quality.

*Prior to 2019, the fellowship graduates received an MPH through the Harvard School of Public Health.