Teaming and Connectedness
The IPH Center is developing a program of research on teaming to seek to understand team cohesion and effectiveness better. If you work in a team environment, could you take
YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO SUBMIT!!!
The deadline to submit your proposals for the 2023 TCOM Conference in Lexington, Kentucky, is quickly approaching.
eQIP New Special Event – Words From the Bench: A Conversation about Youth, Families, and Placement Recommendations with The Honorable Judge Guyton
“This is not football, this side doesn’t win and this side doesn’t lose. We either all win or all lose, and we are looking at the best interest of the
In the Car When It Happened: A Brief Reflection on the Inaugural QI Partnership Live Event
So, it was in the car that the inaugural eQIP live event was brought to my attention. With skepticism, I tuned in to the discussion between Dr. April Fernando from
WORDS – “Risibility”
“Since the IPH Center team is mostly remote, I look for different ways to stay connected and help build a culture. One small attempt is by sharing a word —
Connecting the Dots: “Getting an Organic Hold on the Data”
On the forth episode of Connecting the Dots, we will be speaking with Gavin Rienne, MPH, an Epidemiology & Biostatistics Ph.D. candidate at the University of Kentucky College of Public
“What IPH?” Seminar – Can a horse be even more effective than a therapist?
Our next guest at “What IPH?” Seminar, Dr. Kimberly I. Tumlin, assistant professor at the University of Kentucky, will explore these possibilities in a very interesting conversation with our program
Café con TCOM: Spanish-speaking collaborative at the 2022 TCOM Conference
“Hola! Hablas Español?” were the first words I exchanged with Jorge Sanchez, Iris Lopez, and Ana Burns after hearing them speak in Spanish in the hallway at the TCOM National