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The Collaborative Care Learning Network invites you to participate in a series of Webinars!


The calls are hosted by Jane Taylor, an acclaimed program facilitator and international health care improvement advisor. Each call features a topic of special interest regarding collaborative care, and at least one special guest. There is no cost to participate.

Upcoming Webinars

  • August 2nd at 12 ET:  Erika Bowen, PhD and Kanapa Kornsawad, MD will share how Patients and Families are becoming  involved in San Antonio


Webinar connection


Use voice over or dial in @ 1 646 558 8665 and code is 549 341 8738

Past Webinars

June 27th , 2018  4  ET:  A conversation with Harlene Anderson, PhD  

May 18th, 2018  12 ET:   Sustainable Health Care with Paul Uhlig 

July 18th, 2017, at 11:00 ET / 10:00 CT

Collaborative Care in Residency Education, hosted by Jane Taylor.

Special guests were Jo Medado-Ramirez and Mike Barnes from Beaumont Health in Royal Oak, Michigan. You may have met them at the 2nd Annual CCLN Conference.

Also on the call were Temple Ratcliffe and colleagues from the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, and Salman Muddassir and colleagues from the Oak Hill Hospital in Brookville, Florida. All of these clinician-educators are implementing collaborative care on their resident teaching services.

Jo and Mike shared their experiences implementing collaborative care on their Internal Medicine Hospitalist teaching service, Temple and Salman and colleagues added their experiences, and audience participants added thoughts as a reflecting team, listening and sharing with them what came up as we heard their stories and connect it to our experiences.

Join us for future calls! We welcome you! There is no cost to participate. 

About your host:

Jane Taylor is an Improvement Advisor, Learning Designer and Program Evaluator. Jane served 10 years as a hospital CEO and 10 years as a quality improvement professional. She has advised and supported over 70 health care collaboratives, learning communities, networks, and innovation projects for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), the National Initiative for Childrens Healthcare Quality, and other local, national, and international health care organizations.

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