CEPC associate director, Dr. Nwando Olayiwola, was recently featured in Ohio State University's Ohio State Medicine Alumni Magazine! Click the PDF icon below to read the full article, "Speaking Up and Speaking Out: International Conversations Include College of Medicine Alumna".
The CEPC and CareOregon Practice Coaching for Primary Care Transformation (PCPCT) is currently underway in Portland, Oregon, where nearly 40 health care leaders, managers, and front line staff are being trained in the Ten Building Blocks of High Performing Primary Care. CEPC, through its ongoing relationships with primary care leaders in Singapore, is excited to welcome Ms. Elaine Voo and Sabrina Wong, MD, from the National Healthcare Group Polyclinics in Singapore, our first international participants in the program.
CEPC’s Dr. Nwando Olayiwola recently released a new book to attract and inspire physicians as medicine becomes more difficult to practice. The book, Medicine is Not a Job: The Secret Every Physician and Physician Hopeful Should Know, has received excellent reviews so far and is available on Amazon.com. Dr. Tom Bodenheimer, CEPC co-director, describes it as “a short, attractive, easy to read booklet for young people wanting to enter the medical profession”.
CEPC practice coaches Candy Magana, Claire Richardson, and Laurie Bauer are joining our practice transformation training partners from CareOregon to provide a 4-day training in practice facilitation and transformation for health care leaders across the country. This session includes 2 trainees from Singapore, which is the first international participant group CEPC has introduced into the training program since its inception. See below for pictures from the training!