Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education announces recipients of 2019 CLER awards

Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education announced recipients of the 2019 CLER awards. There are four award categories: quality improvement, patient safety, health care disparities and diversity. Nominations are submitted by any Mayo Clinic resident, fellow, faculty, education program coordinator or other employee with knowledge of a trainee’s contributions. Recipients are selected based on merit.

The CLER awards acknowledge trainees (residents and fellows) for leadership and contributions in these domains in recognition of the essential role they play in the success of Mayo’s education and clinical environments.

Quality improvement

Raymond Stetson, M.D. (PD '17, PDNE '18)
Division of Neonatal Medicine, Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Project: Improving Fully Up-to-date Infant Immunization Rate at Time of NICU Discharge or Transfer

Patient safety

Ana Catarina Paim, M.D. (INFD '19)
Division of Infectious Diseases
Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Project: Improving Transitions of Care in the Division of Infectious Diseases

Eugene Tan, M.D. (I '16, INFD '19)
Division of Infectious Diseases
Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Project: Improving Transitions of Care in the Division of Infectious Diseases

Zerelda Esquer Garrigos, M.D. (INFD '19)
Division of Infectious Diseases
Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Project: Improving Transitions of Care in the Division of Infectious Diseases

Prakhar Vijayvargiya, M.D. (INFD '19)
Division of Infectious Diseases
Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Project: Improving Transitions of Care in the Division of Infectious Diseases

Health care disparities

Jordan Ray, M.D. (I '16)
Department of Cardiovascular Disease
Mayo Clinic in Florida
Project: Sulzbacher Homeless Cardiovascular Center

Ryan Ung, D.O. (I '16, CV '17)
Department of Cardiovascular Disease
Mayo Clinic in Florida
Project: Sulzbacher Homeless Cardiovascular Center

Diversity

Narjust Duma, M.D. (HEMO '20)
Division of Hematology, Department of Medicine
Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Project: Women in Medicine Group

 

 

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