Patient Safety & Quality
Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital are committed to providing educational opportunities to residents in quality improvement and patient safety. Our residents are engaged in a variety of experiences to enhance their knowledge of patient safety and quality.
By the the end of residency, our residents will be able to complete the following objectives:
If you have any questions about the education and opportunities for quality improvement or patient safety, please contact Emily Fondahn, MD.
Examples of Resident PSQI Projects
Residents have multiple opportunities to showcase their quality improvement and patient safety work including the annual Safety and Quality Symposium hosted by WashU/BJH/SLCH, the Internal Medicine Scholars Symposium, and regional/national meetings for ACP, SGIM and IHI.
See below for a sampling of the exceptional work our residents have done:
Residents with an interest in safety and quality can pursue a variety of other educational and experiential opportunities.
Washington University School of Medicine
Division of Medical Education
Campus Box 8121
660 S. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110
p: (314) 362-8065 f: (314) 747-1080