How do you handle the professional who repeatedly treats others with disrespect? Violates best practices and safety protocols? Refuses to comply? Leaders often tell us they are conflicted in addressing those who persist even when made aware. In response, Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy (CPPA) is hosting a Professionalism National Roundtable on October 20-21, 2017 in Nashville. Leaders from health care systems and organizations from around the country will gather with experts in professionalism to discuss challenges and opportunities in addressing variations in performance and will identify best practices related to the people, process, and systems needed to provide the greatest likelihood of restoring these individuals to full practice. The roundtable will include case reviews, group discussions, a “trade show” with experts in the field to explore which elements are most critical for success, and a shared creation of a set of best practices that can be used in participants’ home organizations.
Friday October 20, 2017 Marriott Vanderbilt- Nashville 10:00am Registration opens 11:00am - 6:00pm (includes lunch, afternoon break, and a networking break)
Setting the stage
Internal and external factors
Tradeshows and panel discussion
Consultation with national experts
Saturday October 21, 2017 Marriott Vanderbilt- Nashville 7:00am - 8:00am Breakfast served and registration opens 8:00am - 12:00pm (includes a morning break)
Identify Best Practices
Feedback with national experts
Facilitators The Professionalism National Roundtable will be facilitated by Dr. Gerald B. Hickson and Dr. William O. Cooper, in collaboration with leading national experts to be announced soon.
Gerald B. Hickson, MD is the Senior Vice President for Quality, Safety and Risk Prevention, and the Joseph C. Ross Chair for Medical Education and Administration at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Dr. Hickson received a BS from the University of Georgia, his MD from Tulane University School of Medicine, and completed his pediatric residency and fellowship in General Academic Pediatrics at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Since 1990, Dr. Hickson’s research has focused on why families choose to file suit, why certain physicians attract a disproportionate share of claims and how to identify and intervene with high risk physicians. He is the Past Chair of the National Patient Safety Foundation Board of Directors and has received awards for Excellence in Research and Teaching from the Ambulatory Pediatric Association and the Society for Healthcare Consumer Advocacy’s Award for National Healthcare Patient Advocacy.
William O. Cooper, MD, MPH is a practicing physician, researcher, teacher, and administrator. He has led School of Medicine programs, including the Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy, the Master of Public Health Program and the Pediatrics Office for Faculty Development. He is an internationally recognized expert in medication safety in children and has published over 100 scholarly articles to date with research published in journals including New England Journal of Medicine and JAMA. In his role as Director of Vanderbilt’s Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy, Dr. Cooper oversees the operations of the center’s PARS® program, education and training, and research programs. He has lectured on professionalism and is recognized for his innovative approach to teaching. Dr. Cooper has won numerous awards and was selected for Vanderbilt’s Academy for Excellence in Teaching in 2010.
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