National Academy of Medicine

Clinician Engagement for Continuous Learning

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How can a continuously learning health system work best to promote real-time improvement and ultimately  provide best outcomes for patients? Authors in a new National Academy of Medicine discussion paper contend that the continuously learning health system needs more active participation from front-line clinicians. Actionable, timely, and relevant knowledge generation depends on fully engaged clinicians and leveraging the insights of front-line clinicians (those who interact with patients the most) is essential to obtaining the best outcomes for clinical practice, and ultimately, for patients. Recognizing the many challenges faced by clinicians, the authors present a series of priorities for action that fall under three categories aimed at transforming how clinicians engage with, are rewarded for, benefit from, and are included in knowledge-generating activities. Learn more by downloading the discussion paper now: http://bit.ly/2ld5Opp

 

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