At the poster session of the inaugural IPHAM Population Health Forum, five Second Opinions teams presented posters of SO projects to students, physicians, and faculty of the Northwestern medical community. Pictured: Sri Reddy (left) and Ryan Schusler (right) presenting "Improving Patient Care for Released Detainees: Process Development at ACCESS Patient-Centered Medical Home"
Second Opinions member and fourth-year medical student Noah Weingarten presented an overview of Second Opinions as an innovation in medical education at the 2018 Feinberg Medical Education Day, a yearly conference co-organized by the Feinberg Academy of Medical Educators (FAME) and the Augusta Webster, MD Office of Medical Education (AWOME). "As a result of the success of Second Opinions, I would encourage the proliferation of student-led healthcare consulting at other schools.”
Second Opinions co-founder Cecil Qiu won the Health & Medicine Policy Research Group (HMPRG) 2018 Emerging Leader Award for his work with SO! HMPRG is a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to health equity in Illinois, and its annual awards recognize "leaders whose work exemplifies [its] mission." Congratulations, Cecil!
Cecil Qiu, co-founder of Second Opinions, speaking at the Feinberg School of Medicine's Medical Education Day.
Congratulations to Cecil Qiu for winning best ultra-short didactic lecture at the Feinberg School of Medicine's Medical Education Day! Cecil spoke about how the Second Opinions model could be an opportunity for medical students to get hands-on experience effecting organizational change in healthcare. Click below to read more about Medical Education Day.