Making Connections for Change at #TPSER9

One of the most significant takeaways from the Telluride Patient Safety Educational Roundtables & Student/Resident Summer Camps has always been the new connections made with some truly amazing people from around the world. This year, we all were so very fortunate to meet Dr. Sarah Dalton, a pediatric emergency physician from Australia, visiting the U.S. on a Fulbright Scholarship. Sarah lives patient centered care in her daily work, and is here to study Clinical Leadership Development Programs.

As many following ETY and Transparent Health blogs may know, Paul Levy (Not Running A Hospital) has been on the TPSER faculty the past two years, and is also one of those amazing people working in the best interest of patients. Following is a link to his recent post, Monkeys and Bananas, which includes the following short video our new TPSER connection, Sarah, shared with him  — highlighting why “we’ve-always-done-it-this-way-thinking” is for monkeys — not the new leaders of healthcare!

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