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Faculty Curriculum Materials


We have developed a robust faculty development curriculum with the goals of teaching 1) the language and principles of primary care practice transformation, and 2) how to engage residents in practice transformation. We also provide tools for resident educators who are looking to integrate the UCSF Double Helix supplemental curriculum into your program.

We encourage you to review and download any materials in our Faculty Development curriculum and share them with your colleagues. If you’re unsure how to best use these materials, check out our How to Use page for our best practices and tips.

PRACTICE TRANSFORMATION

Clinic strives to practice high-performing primary care while simultaneously teaching residents, faculty, and staff how to lead practice transformation.
Thread Objectives.

PRECEPTOR VIDEO SERIES

Clinic preceptors and faculty are aware of practice transformation principles and encourage residents to think about how to apply these learned prinicples in clinical settings.

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

Residents work with clinic staff and faculty mentors to lead quality improvement projects that propel existing clinic transformation priorities.

EXAMPLE QI PROJECTS

SHORT QI TIMELINE

Diabetic Foot Exams

LONG QI TIMELINE

Team Based Communication

RESIDENT PRACTICE TRANSFORMATION CURRICULUM

Residents are knowledgable of the principles of practice transformation and how to use these principles to 1) alleviate daily system pressures and 2) think about systems structures and system change.

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