Brought to you by the Journal of General Internal Medicine, the Society of General Internal Medicine, and the Im_Sci Lab at Columbia University.
Originally recorded on February 16, 2024.

Course Description

This special JGIM Webinar presentation featuring the 3 top-rated QIS/IS articles of the past year, with an introduction by the Co-Editor-in Chief of JGIM and panel discussion led by the Director of the Im_Sci Lab at Columbia University, co-sponsors of this webinar with JGIM and SGIM.

These three studies, spanning QIS and IS, highlight the work that is much needed to improve the delivery of health care and the translation of evidence-based medicine into general medicine practice.


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Course Topic

Clinical Care Redesign, Clinical Informatics & Health IT, Clinical Practice, Evidence-Based Medicine Research, Vulnerable Populations

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