Editorial
Introduction
Panel I: Integrating the Academic and Clinical Quality Missions: Strategies and Barriers to Success
Development of a Quality and Safety Curriculum Through a Partnership Between Emory University School of Medicine and Emory Healthcare
Components of Success in an AHC Quality Improvement Program
Teaching Practice-Based Learning and Improvement and Systems-Based Practice in Practice and Systems-Based Settings
Panel II: The Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers (AIAMC) National Initiative—Improving Patient Care Through Graduate Medical Education (GME)
Panel III: Supporting Faculty Development and Leadership in Quality and Performance Improvement
The Clinical Safety and Effectiveness Course and its Impact
Faculty Development in Quality Improvement: Building Human Capital at Every Level of Medical Education
Emerging Models of Leadership: Ambulatory QI in Academic Medical Centers
Panel IV: Improving Quality and Clinical Performance Through Team Training
A Longitudinal Clinic-Based Leadership, Teamwork, and Change Management Curriculum
Effect of a Multidisciplinary Admitting Team on Quality and Efficiency of Inpatient Care
Resident and Nurse Curriculum on Quality Improvement and Interprofessional Teamwork in an Integrated Health System
Panel V: Innovations in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Education Across the Spectrum of Health Care Professionals
The Emergence of Quality Improvement (QI) and Patient Safety Training in Postgraduate Medical Education: An Updated Systematic Review of QI and Patient Safety Curricula
Case Western Reserve University: Interprofessional Simulation to Promote Teamwork and Collaboration
Johns Hopkins University: Learning Assertive Communication Strategies Using Interprofessional Simulation
University of Missouri: Utilizing an Interprofessional Fall Prevention Simulation to Promote Patient Safety
An Effective Continuing Medical Education Collaboration Among Multiple Stakeholders to Improve Immunization Rates Within Clinical Practices
Panel VI: Student-Led and Resident-Led Quality Initiatives
A Resident-Based Method of Assessing and Solving Patient Safety Concerns in a Tertiary Care Medical Center
Experiences With a Resident and Fellow Quality Improvement Incentive Program: Results From the UCSF Anesthesia Program
The Duke GME Patient Safety and Quality Council
The Language of Patient Safety: A Spanish Bilingual Medical Student Certification
Findings From the “Designing, Implementing, and Assessing Patient Safety Curricula for Medical Students” Conference
Integrating Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Curriculum into GME—Achieving Competency Today (ACT): Issues in Health Care Quality, Cost, Systems, and Safety Course
The Patient Safety Conference: An Interactive and Innovative Educational Conference, a Catalyst for Culture Change, and a Source for Quality Improvement Initiatives
Patient and Family-Centered Care (PFCC), Microsystems, and Matrixed Organizations as Drivers of Clinical Process Improvement at an Academic Medical Center: Toward Structural and Functional Synergies
Developing and Implementing a Medical Student Quality Improvement Curriculum
The Faces of Medical Error: The Story of Michael Skolnik
Poster Sessions