The “Patient Safety Movement Foundation Healthcare Safety Fellowship” is an unpaid, 12-month, part-time (10-20 hours), remote program that focuses on developing lifelong global patient safety leaders from a variety of backgrounds, locations, and disciplines. Five fellows will be chosen each year to join this exciting, competitive program, which will prepare future leaders in patient safety by providing excellent, engaging learning experiences as well as the opportunity to cultivate strong networks and relationships that will last a lifetime. Fellows will be expected to apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities obtained through this program throughout their career, and to function as regional and global leaders in patient safety improvement for years to come. The first cohort of this exciting program will begin in August, 2021.
PSMF leadership will work with each fellow to design an individualized education plan that is tailored to the background, goals, needs, and specific health context of the region represented by the fellow. Learning opportunities and creative experiences will be optimized to create a unique experience for each individual. The curriculum emphasizes a holistic focus on applied principles such as, but not limited to, developing highly reliable cultures, enhancing genuine person and patient-centeredness, measuring change, implementing patient safety solutions across the continuum of care, and facilitating performance improvement initiatives.
Fellows will have opportunities for interaction and collaboration with a global network of patient safety and quality leaders, will be invited to Irvine, CA for the Patient Safety Movement Foundation’s World Patient Safety, Science, and Technology Summit upon completion of their program, and will facilitate and lead clinical coaching efforts with hospitals and healthcare organizations across the globe.
Eligible candidates possess a graduate or postgraduate degree or equivalent, demonstrate a commitment to learning and to patient safety (as evidenced by previous research, experiences, or interprofessional collaboration), and are working professionals. Candidates should clearly articulate how they will apply their learning and networking, as well as how they intend to spread global improvement as future leaders.
Steve Barker, PhD, MD, Patient Safety Movement Foundation, Masimo Corporation
Teri Chenot, EdD, MS, MEd, MSN, RN, CCE(ACBE), FNAP, FAAN, Jacksonville University, QSEN Institute Regional Center
Neelam Dhingra-Kuman, MD, World Health Organization
Mike Durkin, OBE, MBBS, FRCA, FRCP, DSc, Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London
Alyssa James, BA, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Rutvin Kayada, MPH, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Peter Lachman, MD, PMH, MBBCh, FRCPCH, FCP(SA), FRCPI, ISQua
Jerika Lam, PharmD, AAHIVP, FCSHP, Chapman University
Ariana Longley, MPH, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Olivia Lounsbury, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
David Mayer, MD, Medstar Institute for Quality and Safety, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Monica McDade, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Sarah Miller, MS, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Martie Moore, RN, MAOM, CPHQ, Medline Industries, Inc.
Donna Prosser, DNP, RN, NE-BC, FACHE, BCPA, Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Luis Ramon Torres Torija Arguelles, MD, Hospital Espanol
Margrit Shoemaker, MD, FACP, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
- Submission period: February 1st, 2021 – March 15th, 2021 at 5:00 pm PST
- Applicants notified of selection: April 30th
- Fellows publicly announced: May 2021
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