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News and information for alumni and future participants of the Clinical Safety and Effectiveness Educational Educational Program


CS&E News is published quarterly by the Clinical Safety & Effectiveness Education Program (CS&E).

The objectives of the CS&E program is to optimize the culture of clinical safety and effectiveness at MD Anderson by demonstrating improvements with projects, coordinating administrative and medical knowledge, developing leaders with a common understanding and future vision of clinical safety and effectiveness and to develop methods for organizational learning.

CS&E News has been developed to support these goals, offering information for and about program alumni and future participants.

Featured Story

Doris Quinn New Leader over CS&E Program

Doris Quinn, Ph.D., M.S.N., director, Process Improvement and Quality Education, is the new leader over all MD Anderson quality improvement education, including the Clinical Safety and Effectiveness program. She brings experience in quality education programs at both corporate and academic medical centers to cancer center.

Summer 2008

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Doris Quinn New Leader over CS&E Program
Doris Quinn, Ph.D., M.S.N., director, Process Improvement and Quality Education, is the new leader over all M. D. Anderson quality improvement education, including the Clinical Safety and Effectiveness program.

Quality, Research and Patient Safety Conference Oct. 10 
Mary Ann Baily, Ph.D., health economist and bioethicist from the Hastings Center, will lecture on “Appropriate oversight of quality improvement projects: An ethical issue".

Conway to Present First Patient Safety Lecture
James Conway, M.S., of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is the speaker for the first Patient Safety Lecture on Oct. 10 at 11:15 a.m. in Hickey Auditorium.

‘Quality Leader/Quality Teacher’ Theme for Event
“Quality Leader/Quality Teacher” is the theme for the third Clinical Safety and Effectiveness Dinner Oct. 10 at Hotel Zaza.