INSTITUTE FOR HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT’S OPEN SCHOOL PROGRAM INTERVIEWS DSC DEPUTY DIRECTOR, ASWITA TAN-MCGRORY, MBA, MSPH

IHI Open School seeks to advance health care improvement and patient safety competencies in the next generation of health professionals worldwide by providing students of medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy, health administration, dentistry, and other allied health professions with the opportunity to learn about quality improvement and patient safety at no charge. The online, educational community features a growing catalog of online courses, extensive content and resources, and a network of local Chapters that organize events and activities on campuses around the world. For more information, visit their website here.

The following videos are from Aswita’s interview with IHI. They introduce various aspects of health care equity from why we do the work we do and how it benefits others.

Video 1: Why Did Aswita Choose to work in Health Care?

Video 2: Why Should Heath Systems Address Social Needs?

Video 3: Where Should You Start Reducing Disparities?

Video 4: How Do Targeted Program Help All Patients?

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