At the forefront of quality patient care
Who we are
We collaborate with clinical colleagues to plan, deliver, and evaluate educational activities that enhance the knowledge, skills, and performance of individual clinicians and interprofessional teams.
Our goals include:
- Strengthened team-based education planning and implementation
- Advances in individual and interprofessional practice that implement the latest evidence-based practice and research
- Improvements in quality and safety that result in improved patient care and outcomes
- Increased system-wide collaboration among team members to learn from, with, and about each other, demonstrated by an increase in the volume of activities designed for team learning
We provide individual and team-oriented, evidence-based education. Our activities are designed to improve clinical practice, clinical decision-making, quality patient outcomes and safety, and to advance professional development.
Timely, transformational and personalized education to achieve optimal patient care.
Our three pillars
What we do
Disseminating Mass General Brigham expertise globally.
We support educational interventions for health care teams and individual providers throughout the United States and around the globe. Our courses feature primary source subject matter experts from our Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals, other top tier academic medical centers, and experienced clinicians and researchers. Course directors and faculty work in a range of community based, long-term care, and rehabilitative settings. Our priority is to foster interprofessional education, promoting team cohesion to improve patient care.
What we do
Research and innovation
Educational research and innovation that reinforces the impact of education in technology, instructional design and clinical practice. We design and implement studies to evaluate the impact of innovative learning platforms like gamification and adaptive learning.
What we do
We support Mass General Brigham clinicians, researchers and interprofessional teams in their efforts to improve care through lifelong learning, & quality improvement. One of our goals is to reduce the administrative burden related to licensing and maintenance of certification. We strive to provide a sense of community and belonging as we learn and make quality improvements together.
Frequently asked questions
The core team
Our experienced team supports learners and course organizers for all stages of education
Robert J. Birnbaum, MD, PhD
Mary Gelardi, MBA
Rose Desilets, MBA
Senior Business Manager
Course Coordinator & Technical Lead
Innovative education leads to better outcomes
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