Learning from IHI – How to Speak Up for Safety

November 14, 2016    |   By: Jennifer Lux

The next WIHI broadcast — How to Speak Up for Safety — airs on Thursday, November 17, from 2:00 to 3:00 PM ET, and I hope you’ll tune in.

Our guests will include:

  • Joanne Zee, BScPT,  MSc, MCPA, Senior Clinical Director, Brain and Spinal Cord Rehab Program, Toronto Rehab, University Health Network (Toronto, Canada)
  • Brenda Kenefick, Director, Lean Process Improvement, University Health Network
  • Gregg Meyer, MD, MSc, Chief Clinical Officer, Partners Healthcare System (Boston, MA)



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