The December 2016 edition of The Loop is now available.
MS Program priority deadline Jan. 15, applications may be submitted through March 30.
The Division of Professional Education is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor for this newly posted position.
In May 2014, the Department of Medical Education became the Department of Learning Health Sciences (DLHS). We are a first-in-the-nation basic science department focused on learning, which we view as a continuous process of study and change, leading to improvement. Study converts information into knowledge, and change applies that knowledge to practice. Learning in this sense can occur at different levels of scale: individuals can learn; groups can learn; organizations can learn; and ultra-large scale systems, such as the health system of an entire nation, can learn.
The department focuses on the sciences that can make learning effective, routine, and efficient. Our research programs generate new knowledge that can enhance learning at all levels of scale; our educational programs train new researchers and appliers of the sciences of learning; our service programs help health systems become learning health systems. DLHS engages colleagues across the entire University of Michigan community, as well as the state, the nation, and the globe.
The department is organized into three sub-units:
- The Division of Professional Education focuses on learning by individuals and teams in health settings
- The Division of Learning and Knowledge Systems focuses on learning at the levels of complex organizations and large-scale systems that span states and nations
- The Clinical Simulation Center focuses on learning by individuals and teams in environments with advanced simulation technology that model the real world of health care practice
After an extensive selection process, The Department of Learning Health Sciences and the University of Michigan Office of Research are pleased to announce the awardees of a pilot grant program to accelerate development of systems, methods and technologies that support the science underlying the development of a ubiquitous global Learning Health System (LHS).
F. Jacob Seagull contributed to "Continuous quality improvement in nephrology: a systematic review" published in BMC Nephrology, November 24, 2016.
Faculty member Martha Funnell, MS, RN, CDE, FAADE was among 164 nurses inducted into the American Academy of Nursing and honored at a ceremony held during the Academy's annual policy conference, Transforming Health, Driving Policy, October 20-22, 2016 in Washington, D.C.
This study used natural language processing tools to analyze clinical notes among patients newly referred to nephrology clinics.
Cheryl A. Moyer, MPH, PhD co-authored a Lancet article: a call to action to improve maternal health on a global scale. This piece summarizes six articles in a series.