A strong research program is the foundation of effective clinical practice. Our research division conducts short-term and mid-term community level research medical projects that allow us to understand the incidence and prevalence of diseases within our community as well as the socio economic factors that affect our patient’s general well-being. As a part of the research team, the participant works with the providers and the patients to retrieve, process and present data to our medical community in hopes of creating guidelines tailored to our own demographics. This is a great opportunity for exposure to clinical research, as well as publications and poster presentations at local and national levels in the medical fraternity.
Some months ago I presented my Lean project as my summer internship at Essen MD as Prof. Falguni Sen’s student.
I haven’t thank you yet for the opportunity and your time. And, as I came back to my home country, I could reflect how this experience was good to me. Besides gaining experience in a healthcare provider, I could enjoy the time that I’ve spent there, mostly with Tameshia and the meeting after the presentation.
Therefore, I wanted to thank you, Tameshia Thomas, Dr. Matthew Dito and Imelda Tavas for the chance to show what I’ve learnt about Lean Management in my Industrial Engineering major.- Isadora Cancherini