Doctor What? Doctor Where? Podcast explores how to get involved in quality improvement
The six episode of the Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast - get involved in quality improvement - is now available.
Quality improvement is a great way to take your career to a new level, but it might seem daunting. Large scale projects in this field can take up to a decade to complete, so it's easy to set it aside for a later point in your career when you're more established.
You might be surprised how easy it can be to get involved in established quality and improvement projects, or even pursue smaller initiatives yourself while training.
In this episode, Dr Nicola Yuen, Bendigo Health Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Safer Care Victoria's Clinical Lead for the Maternity and Newborn Division, shares some insight into how to get involved in quality and improvement. Nicola presented a keynote on this topic at the Monash Regional Training Hubs' DRIVERS 2021 conference.
Dr Nicola Yuen: Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Bendigo Health and Clinical Lead for Safer Care Victoria's Maternity and Newborn Division
- Doctors for Regional Innovation, Vision, Excellence, Research and Scholarship (DRIVERS) Conference website
- Regional Medical Training website
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The Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast is produced by Monash Rural Health’s Regional Training Hubs and funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health, Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Program.