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Resident Patient Safety and Quality Council

The mission of the Resident Patient Safety and Quality Council is to create awareness at all levels of training about the importance of the highest standards for patient care by promoting excellence in clinical care, service, and research throughout all disciplines, health professions, and the enterprise. The Council leads the quality and safety of patient care through advocacy and the promotion and creation of optimal patient care systems across disciplines, health professions, administration, and beyond to enhance patient safety and improve quality of care. 

Current Initiatives

  • Safety Project: Reduction of Observed/Expected Mortality at Indiana University Hospitals
  • Reformatting Harm Reports
  • Resident Quality and Patient Safety Day: Scheduled for April 2021. Save the date!

Call for Abstracts

The Resident Patient Safety and Quality Council is currently seeking presentation abstracts for its annual Quality and Patient Safety Day to be held in April 2021. 

Submit an abstract for Quality and Patient Safety Day

Chair
42441-Pendrey, Anna

Anna Pendrey, MD

PGY-3, Family Medicine

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Vice Chair
38475-Zaazoue, Mohamed

Mohamed A. Zaazoue, MBBCh

PGY-4, Neurological Surgery

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