Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education announces inaugural Clinical Learning Environment Review awards

Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education has announced its inaugural Clinical Learning Environment Review award recipients. These awards distinguish and acknowledge residents and fellows for leadership and contributions in the domains of diversity, health care disparities, quality improvement and patient safety, and the essential role these characteristics play in the success of Mayo’s education and clinical environments.

Diversity

 

Leigh Hickerson, M.D. (I '15, ANES '18)

Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Development of Educational Resources and Discussion for Anesthesia Providers Caring for Patients Undergoing Gender Affirmation Surgery"

Health care disparities

 

Taryn Smith, M.D. (I '18)

Department of Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic Florida

"Feasibility of Using Technology to Promote Physical Activity Among African-American Adults with Osteoarthritis and Obesity"

Quality improvement

 

Sangita Goel, M.D. (CCMI '18)

Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Increasing Awareness of the Massive Transfusion Protocol Among Providers in the Intensive Care Units"

Patient safety

 

Alessandra Ainsworth, M.D. (OBG '18) 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Effect of Pregnancy Reasonably Excluded Guide on Pregnancy Testing in Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery"

 

Adela Cope, M.D. (OBG '18)

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Effect of Pregnancy Reasonably Excluded Guide on Pregnancy Testing in Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery"

 

Stephanie DeJong, M.D. (OBG '18)

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Effect of Pregnancy Reasonably Excluded Guide on Pregnancy Testing in Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery"

 

Michelle Wyatt, M.D. (MED '14, OBG '18)

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Effect of Pregnancy Reasonably Excluded Guide on Pregnancy Testing in Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery"

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