Today is Tuesday, May. 23, 2017

Department of

Department of Internal Medicine

IMSTAR Fellowships

Director's Welcome

Welcome! Chief Residency in Quality and Safety (CRQS) is a one-year training position supported by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, and is integrally involved with the other academic enhancement pathways within the Department of Internal Medicine. This one-year position is open for candidates interested in enhancing their credentials by undergoing formal training in principles of quality improvement and patient safety. It is envisioned that the third of this positions time would be involved in acquiring new skills, a third would be devoted to teaching peers and trainees, and the remaining third would be devoted to completing a mentored project. The position provides great networking opportunities within and outside of our institution, including a robust interaction with all national CRQS candidates with the VA. The position also provides travel support to attend and/or present at national meetings, including the VA CRQS meeting. As we train the next generation of physicians, we hope to incorporate the contents of this training into the fabric of clinical practice.

We launched this program in July of 2012, and encourage that after completion, trainees will seek careers related to this area in academic or other healthcare environments.

For further enquiries please contact:

Program Committee:

George Smulian, MD

Joel Tsevat, MD

Poster Day presentation

More Information

Dr. Charuhas Thakar
charuhas.thakar@va.gov
charuhas.thakar@uc.edu

Dr. George Smulian
smuliaag@ucmail.uc.edu