Neuromedicine Interdisciplinary Clinical and Academic Program Quality Improvement Internship

Filed under Internships & Career, Opportunities on June 19, 2017.
The Neuromedicine Interdisciplinary Clinical and Academic Program is looking for graduate and undergraduate interns for its Fall 2017 internship. Our team of graduate and undergraduate interns work with faculty, residents, and staff in Neuromedicine on Quality Improvement Projects centered around the Big Aims of Quality: Zero Harm, Reduce Variation, Perfect Patient Experience, Increase Value and Transform Our Culture. Though many of our projects have IRB Study Approvals or Continuing Quality Improvement (CQI) distinction and we publish our findings, this is NOT considered a Research Opportunity.
Graduate students serve as team leaders, and are responsible for completing quality improvement projects that relate to their designated Big Aim team. They are directly supervised by the Director of Quality Improvement for the Neuromedicine department. Undergraduate interns are assigned various rotations, which includes both clinic and administration rotations. Interns will have the opportunity to work directly with patients in care settings, gain exposure in health administration, and contribute to quality improvement initiatives.
Applications can be submitted online through our website. Applications close June 23rd, 2017.
http://nicap.med.ufl.edu/education/prospective-interns/

The Neuromedicine Interdisciplinary Clinical and Academic Program is looking for graduate and undergraduate interns for its fall 2017 internship. Our team of graduate and undergraduate interns work with faculty, residents, and staff in Neuromedicine on Quality Improvement Projects centered around the Big Aims of Quality: Zero Harm, Reduce Variation, Perfect Patient Experience, Increase Value and Transform Our Culture. Though many of our projects have IRB Study Approvals or Continuing Quality Improvement (CQI) distinction and we publish our findings, this is NOT considered a Research Opportunity.

Graduate students serve as team leaders, and are responsible for completing quality improvement projects that relate to their designated Big Aim team. They are directly supervised by the Director of Quality Improvement for the Neuromedicine department. Undergraduate interns are assigned various rotations, which includes both clinic and administration rotations. Interns will have the opportunity to work directly with patients in care settings, gain exposure in health administration, and contribute to quality improvement initiatives.

Applications can be submitted online through our website. Applications close June 23, 2017.

http://nicap.med.ufl.edu/education/prospective-interns/