Caroline Correia

Thoughts Before TTE

Like many others, I chose to go to medical school to serve my community and make connections with patients to improve their lives and keep them healthy. While I have always loved science, public health, epidemiology and biostatistics have held a particular interest for me. I think that the way these interests coincide on a doctor-patient or hospital-patient level is through patient safety. Systematic ways of analyzing patient outcomes can provide a lot of feedback about what a provider or a hospital is prioritizing, and as we saw in Why Hospitals Should Fly by John Nance, systems are perfectly designed to beget the outcome that they consistently achieve.  As a physician, someday I will have input into the system that I will be working in. I think it’s imperative that I get exposure to and learn now the common patient safety pitfalls and what I will be able to… Continue reading

Telluride Experience 2020 Dates

CMF Session One*: 6/8 – 6/11
Bennathan Session Two: 6/15 – 6/18
Session Three: 6/22 – 6/25

Session Four: 7/22 – 7/25

*Session exclusive to the COPIC Medical Foundation Residents.