We plan to share our work in these domains with the surgical community, to highlight what works and what doesn’t, and to spark discussion of the issues of our day. Each issue will contain how-to information, research data and examples of works in progress. The blog will be posted on Mondays and will also feature guest posts from colleagues at other institutions.
In this blog post, we will explore the culture behind our research center, the Center for Healthcare Outcomes and Policy (CHOP).
Building a Resident Development Program: Concepts, Strategies, and Awareness for Leadership Training
Through the Resident Development Program, we aim to help ourselves and other residents develop our leadership skills and gain better understanding of our core values, strengths, and goals.
Achieving and maintaining a diverse surgical workforce is essential to eliminate healthcare disparities in patient care, improve patient outcomes, increase innovation in health research, and cultivate future generations of surgeons.
The Michigan Working Group for Faculty Life Research is the evaluative arm of the Michigan Promise, with the goal of critically studying the program each step of the way.
We are building outreach efforts locally and across national borders that are aimed at reducing inequalities in health due to variances in access to basic surgical care across the world.
Want to learn more? Interested in a collaboration or program? Please reach out to the Office of Faculty & Resident Life to share your ideas and get involved with the Michigan Promise.