RESS & Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) at Ryerson are hosting a Quality Improvement Case Competition. Students will be asked to get into a group of 4-5 people where they will be reviewing a case and conduct a power point presentation on solutions based on data collected around the percent of patients every month that leave the ED before seeing a provider. Open to students of all faculties at Ryerson, interested in healthcare improvement.
Students will be sent conte...nt materials they can review before the case competition. Case data will be provided the evening of the event. Each group will be judged by Dr. Jim Tiessen, from the faculty of Health Services Management. Dr. Tiessen research interests include Japanese healthcare, particularly its hospitals, which sit at the centre of that system. He teaches courses on healthcare management and research methods.
The winning group will receive a certificate and ..FREE tickets to the 2018 Tetra Ryerson Conference on March 17th at the Sears Atrium!🏆
Practice your presentation skills and test your critical thinking abilities at this FREE event!
Dinner & refreshments will be served.
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We're proud to host our judge and co-facilitator for the evening, Dr. Jim Tiessen of the Ted Rogers School of Health Services Management on March 9th. Dr. Tiess...en is Associate Professor and Director of the School of Health Services Management. He earned degrees at the University of Alberta (B.Sc.), Guelph (M.Sc.) and York University’s Schulich School of Business (Ph.D.). Jim was a DeGroote School of Business McMaster University faculty member for 10 years before joining Ryerson in 2008. He served as MBA Director at both universities. Prior to his university career, Jim lived in Japan and later worked for the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).
Dr. Tiessen's interests include Japanese healthcare, particularly its hospitals, which sit at the centre of that system; he was visiting research fellow at the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Tokyo, Japan.
Jim teaches courses on healthcare management, research methods, and health statistics, at both undergraduate and Masters levels.
Come meet us tomorrow at Biomedical house night from 6-9pm in KHE127. This will be a great opportunity to network with the IHI team as well as other student groups and graduate students. Food will be provided!
NOW HIRING FOR A SUMMER STUDENT POSITION!
Project Title: Development and Assessment of an Instrument for Evaluating Public and Patient Involvement in Resource
Deadline: April 6, 2018...
Hours per week: Approximately 10
Involving the public and patients (P&P) in resource allocation decisions is common in Canada, however, methods to measure the effectiveness of their involvement have not been developed. We will develop and test a new instrument to measure P&P involvement in resource allocation decisions. Meaningful P&P involvement in public resource allocation decisions is important for establishing effective democratic decision making mechanisms. Our instrument is relevant for
decision-makers who are addressing issues of prioritization within constrained budgets while ensuring accountability to Canadians.
Salary: A stipend will be offered
Duties and Responsibilities:
Participate actively in formal and informal meetings with our multidisciplinary team
Engage in learning about writing a manuscript
Use electronic and manual methods to search for and analyze literature
Participate in ongoing communication and reporting of updates
Select an independent project to work on throughout the summer
Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Dr. Rosenberg-Yunger by email at: email@example.com
At the base of any Quality Improvement (QI) journey is an understanding of the fundamentals of the improvement process.If you're new to QI, or if you feel like you are hesitating on your journey an IHI Quick Course is for you!
On April 10th you can take a one-day course with highly-rated content from IHI!
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WE'VE GOT A GREAT DEAL - Early Bird for Lean Six Sigma ends this Friday and it's 20% off!
Tickets to our Communication Skills Workshop is currently SOLD OUT!
NOT TO WORRY, tickets will be RE-RELEASED on Feb 7TH!!
Come support an amazing initiative tomorrow in the SLC lobby between 12:30-5:00pm!
Quality Improvement (QI) Projects are a great opportunity to gain practical experience in a healthcare setting. It gives students a chance to practice QI and patient safety in a year-long project with a student team led by a project manager of a healthcare organization. We give students access to resources that increase their understanding by matching them with a project and healthcare champion, let them oversee the progression of the project and provide them with interdisciplinary team networking.
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This is a FREE event brought to you by IHI: Institute of Healthcare Improvement - Ryerson University Open School, Ryerson Women in Leadership - RWIL & Ryerson Toastmasters to teach students the importance of communication in accordance to patient care. Attendees will be given a chance to apply what they learn by working on a case that deals specifically with patient care and communication. After resolving the various communications issues found in the healthcare cases using the tactics taught in this workshop, groups will present their solutions to the IHI, Toastmasters and RWIL facilitators.
* DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED
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