By the end of this session, learners will be able to:
- Define transitions of care.
- List major components of safe transitions.
- Describe the crucial role that effective transitions have on safe and high-quality patient care.
- Use the PRIMARY mnemonic to systematically prepare and convey a patient transition to a colleague.
- Identify at least one thing a student can do to enhance effective care transitions.
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This project was partially funded by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - HRSA - Primary Care Faculty Development Grant #2 D55 HP 00093 (Deborah Simpson, PhD - PI).
Havas N, Nelson K, Densmore E, Klehm D, Simpson D; Primary Care STEP Collaborative. A step closer: a curriculum for primary care transitions in patient care. Poster presented at: ACGME Annual Meeting; March 4-7, 2010; Nashville, TN (received Marvin R. Dunn Posters Session Certificate of Recognition).
Simpson D, Marcdante K, Morzinski J; STEP Collaborative. Approaching faculty development as service learning STEP program. Poster presented at: AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting; April 8-10, 2010; Chicago, IL (received 2010 Innovations in Medical Education CME Poster Award).
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