Today was the 1st day of the Telluride East Patient Safety Roundtable and Summer Camp! I am very excited and honored to be taking part in such a unique gathering of healthcare professionals. In addition, I look forward to learning more about patient safety; especially how to apply novel tools that will advocate change within my future work environments.
The first day was a great start in what is shaping up to be an educational, productive, AND fun learning environment. I sat through (and participated in) a whirlwind of seminars, which were engaging and incredibly informative. Meeting everyone and hearing their stories was also a valuable experience – in terms of networking, but, more importantly, in terms of making new friends.
In the afternoon, we broke into groups to complete a game of teeter-totter, which consisted of balancing ~8 people on a plank of wood suspended on… Continue reading