Update: The goal of the DFMCH research task force is to establish a framework to best allow our department to perform innovative, cutting-edge primary care research that improves education, patient care and community health.
To better tie our research to the education we deliver, the research task force and Madison residency faculty and staff are developing a research pathway for second- and third-year residents to start in July 2017.
To communicate the DFMCH ReCHARGED strategic planning process, we are introducing the “Charged Up” brief with implementation updates.
Background: As you remember, each task force developed a proposal that described their issue, reviewed best practices and advocated for a particular strategy or strategies for DFMCH. As implementation moves forward, we will be requesting updates from the implementation teams and sharing them with you. Read more... »
We hope you are able to join us for the third session of “It Starts With Me: Conversations about Identity, Privilege and Intersectionality.”
We will be in the Wingra Clinic Bay Creek Conference Room, Nov 3, 2016 (12:30 – 1:30PM), but again we will have video conferencing available. Please let Ann Schensky know as soon as possible if you would like your site to participate so we can set it up. Read more... »