Presentations 2001-2005

Paul N. Uhlig,  MD, MPA, FACS

Presentations (2001-2005) Paul N. Uhlig, MD

 

Project Access: A Promising Community-Based Approach to the Problem of Uninsurance. Community Address, Greenville Health System, Greenville, South Carolina, 18 January, 2001.

 

Implementing a Community-wide network of care for the Uninsured: the Wichita experience. Community Health Alliance, Greenville, South Carolina, 19 January, 2001.

 

Collaborative Transformation of Health Care: A Community-Based Approach to the Problem of Uninsurance. Sangre de Cristo Community Healthcare Services / US Bureau of Primary Health Care CAP Forum, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 20 January, 2001.

 

              The Value of Good Care, Close to Home. Keynote address, New London Hospital

              Annual Community Forum, New London, New Hampshire, 24 January, 2001.

 

Science and Philosophy of Myocardial Protection. Concord Cardiac Program Educational Seminar, Concord, New Hampshire, 31 January, 2001.

 

To Our Good Health: The Importance of Community. Second Annual Cardiac Program Community Celebration, Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire, 13 February, 2001.

 

Heart Disease. “Ask the Expert” television interview, WMUR, Manchester, New Hampshire, 22 February, 2001. 

 

Improving Patient Care by the Application of Theory and Practice from the Aviation Safety Community. 11th Annual Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 6 March, 2001.

 

Improving Patient Care by the Application of Theory and Practice from the Aviation Safety Community. Process Management 2001: A Focus on Customers, Relationships, and Results, GOAL/QPC 17th Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 2 April, 2001.

 

Exploring the Microsystem in Health Care: The Concord Hospital Cardiac Surgery Program. Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences, Hanover, New Hampshire, 3 April, 2001.

 

Project Access: Overview and General Context. 1st Annual PACE Conference, Buncombe County Medical Society and US Bureau of Primary Health Care, Asheville, North Carolina, 5 April, 2001.

 

Collaborative Leadership. 1st Annual PACE Conference, Buncombe County Medical Society and US Bureau of Primary Health Care, Asheville, North Carolina, 5 April, 2001.

 

Improving Clinical Practice by the Use of Principles Adapted from Preventive Medicine and Public Health. University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, 9 May, 2001.

 

The Social Architecture of Health Care. University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, 10 May, 2001.

 

Collaborative Practice and Clinical Systems Development in Cardiac Surgery: Philosophy, Applications, and Clinical Outcomes. Via Christi Health System, Wichita, Kansas, 11 May, 2001.

 

The Concord Collaborative Care Model. Invited written testimony presented to the United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Washington, DC, 24 May, 2001.

 

Understanding the New World of Health Care. Rotman School, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, June 14, 2001

 

A Collaborative Approach to Health Care Quality. 21st Annual Berlin Memorial Hospital Summer Conference, Green Lake, Wisconsin, 29 July, 2001.

 

Project Access: The Community as the “Instrument of Care.” Travis County Medical Society, Austin, Texas, 16 August, 2001.

 

Innovations in Patient Safety. New Hampshire Hospital Association Annual Meeting, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, 10 September, 2001.

 

Journey of Discovery: The Art of Collaborative Leadership. Dean’s Honors Seminar, Wichita State University College of Health Professions, Wichita, Kansas, 25 October, 2001.

 

Healing the Art: Steps Toward a New Ecology of Health and Care. Foshee-McDonald lecture, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, 26 October, 2001.

 

Innovations in Patient Safety: The Concord Collaborative Care Model. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 9 November, 2001.

 

Innovations in Patient Safety. Medical staff address, Exeter Hospital, Exeter, New Hampshire, 19 December, 2001.

 

Improving patient Care in Hospitals: The Importance of Microsystems. American Governance and Leadership Group, Naples, Florida, 16 January, 2002.

 

Update on the Concord Cardiac Program. Third Annual Cardiac Program Community Celebration, Concord, New Hampshire, 13 February, 2002.

 

Care of the Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery Patient: A Collaborative Approach. Cardiac Core Team lecture, Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire, 14 February, 2002.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Medical Student Lecture, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, 21 February, 2002.

 

Project Access: A Coordinated System of Care for the Uninsured. Medical staff address, North Adams Regional Hospital, North Adams, Massachusetts, 26 February, 2002.

 

Project Access: A Coordinated System of Care for the Uninsured. Dallas County Medical Society, Dallas, Texas, 28 February, 2002.

 

Redefining Health Care Scholarship. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 13 March, 2002.

 

Strategies for Encouraging Physician Participation in Care of the Uninsured. Planning Retreat, AscensionHealth, Washington, DC, 5 April, 2002.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. 4th Annual Annenberg Conference, National Patient Safety Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana, 23 April, 2002.

 

Project Access: A Community Approach to the Problem of Uninsurance. United Way of America Annual Community Leader's Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, 26 April, 2002.

 

Healing the Art: Steps Toward a New Ecology of Health and Care. New Hampshire Nurse Practitioner Annual Conference, Manchester, New Hampshire, 2 May, 2002.

 

Team-Based Approaches to Patient Safety. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2 May, 2002.

 

The Concord Collaborative Care Experience. Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group. Concord, New Hampshire, 10 May, 2002.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Northeast Health Care Quality Foundation, Manchester, New Hampshire, 6 June, 2002.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 6 June, 2002.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Rotman School, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 11 June, 2002.

 

Steps Toward a New Ecology of Health and Care. La Familia Medical Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 28 June, 2002.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Marshall Hospital Board Retreat, Monterey, California, 10-17 July, 2002.

 

Understanding Patient Safety. Berlin Memorial Hospital Summer Conference, Green Lake, Wisconsin, 25 July, 2002.

 

Framework for Action: Advancing Patient-Centered Care Within an Integrated Professional Practice. Ontario Hospital Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 20 September, 2002.

 

Applying Human Factors Theory to Improve Patient Care and Reduce Risk. Maine Hospital Association, Augusta, Maine, 30 September, 2002.

 

The Concord Collaborative Care Model. John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety Award, National Quality Forum, Washington, DC, 1 October, 2002.

 

How to Get What you Want for Your Patients, When You Want It, Every Time. Marshall Hospital Medical Staff Retreat, Santa Cruz, California, 11 October, 2002.

 

Concepts and Strategies for Optimum Myocardial Protection. Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group, Burlington, Vermont, 18 October, 2002.

 

Beyond a Safety Culture: Achieving Dignity and High Reliability in Health Care Organizations. Maryland Healthcare Education Institute, Cambridge, Maryland, 21 October, 2002.

 

Why Would Anybody Want to be a Cardiothoracic Surgeon? Society of Thoracic Surgeons Future Planning Conference, Bethesda, Maryland, 2 November, 2002.

 

The Concord Collaborative Care Model. Invited patient safety address with Jeffrey Brown, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 13 December, 2002.

 

Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. Concord Hospital Core Team Lecture, Concord, New Hampshire, 21 January, 2003.

 

Clinical Teamwork in the Concord Heart Program. Center for Health Promotion, Concord, New Hampshire, 11 February, 2003.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Medical Student Lecture, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, 18 February, 2003.

 

Enduring Skills of Change Leadership: When it Hurts. Dean’s Honors Seminar, Wichita State University College of Health Professions, Wichita, Kansas, 13 March, 2003.

 

Access and Affordability are Only a Beginning: Achieving Dignity and Understanding Across the Cultures of Health Care. Kansas Health Ethics, Wichita, Kansas, 15 March, 2003.

 

Community as the Instrument of Care. Introduction to the grand rounds presentation “Dignity and Self Care for Diabetes: the Promotora Experience” by Bernadette Chavez, Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire, 19 March, 2003.

 

          Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. University of

          Minnesota/Fairview Health System, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 26-27 March, 2003.

 

Transformational Change of Clinical Healthcare Practice. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 26 April and 1 May, 2003.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical  Teamwork for  Safety and Effectiveness. Grand Rounds presentation, Mt. Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 15 May, 2003.

 

          Improving Patient  Care Through Communication and Collaboration. Nurse

          Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education, Hyannis, Massachusetts, 18

          July, 2003.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork to Support Active Patient and Family Participation. Institute for Family Centered Care, First International Conference on Family-Centered Care, Boston, Massachusetts, 5 September, 2003.

 

Perspectives on Patient Safety and Health Care Quality. Ellis Hospital (Schenectady, NY) board and medical staff retreat, Albany, New York, 11-12 September, 2003.

 

Active Involvement of Patients and Families in All Aspects of the Care Process: Lessons Learned from the Concord Collaborative Care Model. Press Ganey 2003 Client Conference, San Diego, California, 10 November, 2003.

 

Achieving Better Patient Care: The Power of Language and Collaboration. Surgical Grand Rounds—McDonough Visiting Professor lecture, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 3 December, 2003.

 

Bold Steps Needed: Surgeons as Transformative Leaders. Cincinnati Surgical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, 3 December, 2003.

Lessons from a Front Line Learning Culture: the Concord Collaborative Care Model Experience. American Society for Quality and American Hospital Association, Chicago, Illinois, 27 January, 2004.

 

Disruptive Innovation. John F. Kennedy School of  Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 8 March 2004.

 

Perspectives on Safety and Outcome Reliability: Similarities, Differences, and Opportunities Across Flight Deck and Operating Room Domains. Panel Presentation, Safety Across High Consequence Industries Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, 10 March, 2004.

 

Coordination of Care. Sedgwick County Health Assembly, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, 12 March, 2004.

 

Leadership Lessons of Disruptive Innovation. Simulation Leaders Course, Center for Medical Simulation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 30 March, 2004.

 

Caring for the Uninsured: Coordinated Physician-Community Partnerships—the Project Access Experience. National Health Policy Forum, Washington, DC, 2 April, 2004.

 

The Importance of Coordination and Collaboration in Health Care. Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education Conference (opening keynote address), Orlando, Florida, 15 April, 2004.

 

Integrative Assessment of Thoracic Surgery Education with Recommendations for Future Initiatives of the TSFRE, Board of Directors presentation. Thoracic Surgery Foundation for Research and Education, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 25 April, 2004.

 

The Importance of Coordination and Collaboration in Health Care. Thoracic Surgery Residents Association annual meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 26 April, 2004.

 

Collaborative Communication Cycle: A System Innovation for Improved Patient Safety Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute, audio conference, 28 April, 2004.

 

Establishing a Safety Culture in Health Care Environments. Health Forum Patient Safety Leadership Fellowship lecture, Boston, Massachusetts, 1 May, 2004.

 

Redesigning Clinical Work. Upper Midwest VHA Regional Patient Safety Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 4 June, 2004.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Atlantic Health System, Morristown, New Jersey, 28 June, 2004.

 

“Human Factors” and “Culture of Safety”. Sharp Health Care Safety Leadership Conference, San Diego, California, 14 September, 2004.

 

Collaborative Rounds. Pennsylvania Medical Society Patient Safety Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 23 September, 2004.

 

Innovative Processes of Care. CIMIT Forum, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 5 October, 2004.

 

Understanding Project Access: the Surprising Power of Working Together in New Ways. Keynote address, Upper Peninsula Medical Access Coalition, Marquette, Michigan, 8 October, 2004

 

Envisioning Culture as an Instrument of Care.  Keynote address, New England Practitioner Forum, Connecticut Primary Care Association, Springfield, Massachusetts, 20 October, 2004.

 

Understanding Patient Safety. Atlantic Health System Physician Leadership Retreat, Morristown, New Jersey, 22 October, 2004.

 

“Don’t you people talk to each other?” Reconfiguring Rounds for Better Safety. Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 15 November, 2004.

 

Disruptive Innovation and Simulation Leadership. Center for Medical Simulation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2 December, 2004.

 

Communicating for Better Patient Care. Medical Staff address, Methodist Hospital, Dallas, Texas, 13 December, 2004.

 

Socio-Technical Simulation and Care Process Transformation. Opening keynote address, International Meeting, Society for Medical Simulation and Society for Technology in Anesthesia, Miami, Florida, 14 January, 2005.

 

A Conversation-Based Approach to Health Care Information Systems. MGH/Partners Information Systems Leadership Retreat, Waltham, Massachusetts, 21 January, 2005.

 

Socio-Technical Simulation and Care Process Transformation. GAPS Center for Patient Safety, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 4 February, 2005.

 

Learning Session 3: CRM Collaborative. Atlantic Health System, Morristown, New Jersey, February 28, 2005.

 

A Conversation-Based Approach to Health Care Information Systems. MGH/Partners Information Systems Leadership Retreat, Boston, Massachusetts, 1 March, 2005.

 

My Life as a “Culture Surgeon.” University of Cincinnati Physician Leadership Seminar, Cincinnati, Ohio, 8 March, 2005

 

The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. Associate Chief Nurses Meeting, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 11 March, 2005.

 

The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. Surgical Grand Rounds, VA Boston Healthcare System. West Roxbury, Massachusetts, 18 March, 2005.

 

The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. Biomedical Engineering-Systems Engineering Group, Boston, Massachusetts, 21 March, 2005.

 

The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. SICU Critical Care Conference, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Massachusetts, 30 March, 2005.

 

The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. Center for Health Design Board, Orlando, Florida, 1 April, 2005.

 

The Problem With Being the Best and the Brightest (Please Don’t Miss the Future). AOA Visiting Professor Address, Penn State University Medical Center-Hershey, PA, 5 April, 2005.

 

Learning from Collaborative Teams. (Uhlig, Dominguez, Brown, Zipperer) 7th

Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress, Orlando, Florida, 5 May, 2005.

 

Moderator, Distinguished Advisors Town Hall Closing Plenary, 7th Annual NPSF

Patient Safety Congress, Orlando, Florida, 6 May, 2005.

 

Health Leaders’ Guide: Transforming Clinical Practice, Annual Quality

Symposium, Illinois Hospital Association, Chicago, Illinois, 12 May, 2005.

 

Care Process Innovation. Visioning Retreat for Administration, Board, and

Medical Staff, Provena St. Joseph Medical Center, Joliet, Illinois, 26 May, 2005.

 

Together We Improve: Understanding Health Care Teamwork. Quality and

Safety   Leadership Conference, Ascension Healthcare, St. Louis, Missouri,

2 June, 2005.

 

Surgical Site Infection Prevention: Engaging Physicians by Understanding Health

Care Culture. New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals, Trenton, New Jersey,

13 June, 2005.

 

Care Teams. Patient Care Services Teaching Conference for OA and USA staff

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 15 June, 2005.

 

Understanding Care Process Transformation. Institute for Medical Simulation,

Center for Simulation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 30 June 2005.

 

Disruptive Innovation. Institute for Medical Simulation, Center for Medical

Simulation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 30 June, 2005.

 

Advanced Exercises: Simulating and Debriefing Collaborative Care Processes.

Institute for Medical Simulation, Center for Medical Simulation, Cambridge,

Massachusetts, 1 July 2005.

 

Understanding Practice Cultures. Cardiac Nursing Leadership Council,

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 12 July, 2005.

 

Collaborative Care Teams. Neurology Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio, 27 July 2005.

 

Creating Collaborative Care. Keynote Address, Stanford Patient Safety

Consortium, Stanford University, August 29, 2005.

 

Creating Collaborative Care. North Shore Medical Center, Salem,

Massachusetts, 6 September, 2005.

 

Creating Collaborative Care. Presentation to Nursing Managers, University

Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, 28 September, 2005.

 

Look, Then Look Again: The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in

Clinical Practice. Joint Commission Resources and American Medical

Association joint conference Moving From the Sidelines to the Frontlines of

Patient Safety: Empowering the Medical Staff, Chicago, Illinois, 29 September,

2005.

 

CSCW Approach for Facilitating Collaborative Practice, Partners Healthcare

Information Systems Research Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts, 3 October,

2005.

 

Lessons Learned: Unit Based CRM for Achieving Patient Safety. Atlantic Health

System CRM Collaborative, Morristown, New Jersey, 4 October, 2005.

 

Creating Collaborative Care. Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston,

Massachusetts, 6 October, 2005.

 

Culture and Diversity. Danbury Hospital, Danbury Connecticut, 12 October, 2005.

 

Transforming Clinical Practice Culture. University of Cincinnati Physician’s

Leadership Program, Cincinnati, Ohio, 26 October, 2005.

 

The Importance of Social Architecture for Health and Healing. Health Design 05,

Scottsdale, Arizona, 7 November, 2005.

 

Preventing Surgical Site Infections. IHI Faculty-New Jersey Council of Teaching

Hospitals 100K Lives Campaign Collaborative, conference call, 10 November 2005.

 

Reconfiguring Clinical Teamwork for Safety and Effectiveness. Greater Cincinnati

Health Council, Cincinnati, Ohio, 15 November, 2005.

 

Transforming Clinical Practice Culture. Nursing Magnet Champions, University

Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, 16 November, 2005.

 

An Invitation to Reflect Together About Collaborative Practice. Department of

Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, 17

November, 2005.

 

Understanding Collaborative Practice. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston,

Massachusetts, 18 November 2005.

 

Look, Then Look Again: The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. Cardiac Services Leadership Retreat, Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco, California, 9 December, 2005.

 

Look, Then Look Again: The Surprising Power of What We Take For Granted in Clinical Practice. Kaiser Permanente Northern California Executive Quality

Leadership, Oakland, California, 9 December, 2005.

 

Facilitator—University of Cincinnati Endocrinology Faculty Planning Retreat,

Cincinnati, Ohio, 10 December 2005.

 

Preventing Surgical Site Infections. IHI Faculty-New Jersey Council of Teaching

Hospitals 100K Lives Campaign Collaborative, conference call, 13 December 2005.

 

Transforming Clinical Practice Culture. Christ Hospital Senior Executive Committee, Cincinnati, Ohio, 20 December, 2005.

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