These past two days, I walked around one of the most beautiful places that I ever seen in my life but the most important walk I’ll take this week will NOT be around Telluride.
“You never truly know someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” – Unknown
As a pharmacy student I often find myself stuck within my own discipline. I am passionate about improving patient safety by reducing medication errors. I realize in order to do so I must branch out of my bubble and gain a different perspective…a global perspective.
Over the past two days, the camp emphasized the interdisciplinary push for patient safety throughout the entire health care system. The speakers have brought to life immense burdens and barriers that physicians and nurses face daily. Understanding various barriers and complexities in patient centered care only prove what John Nance described as… Continue reading