If you want to be the best at innovating and what you are doing, you have to be up to speed on what’s going on to be viewed as an expert. In this episode of GuideWire, Devin Hubbard with FastTraCS talks to Dr. Yee Lam about innovation instruction in medical training.
Dr. Lam is a family medicine provider at the University of North Carolina (UNC), member of the Clinical Advisory Group for FastTraCS, and innovation instructor for medical students. She earned a PhD at Duke University before completing medical school at UNC. Then, Dr. Lam did a residency in Family Medicine at UNC at Chapel Hill. As a family medicine practitioner, Dr. Lam provides care to patients throughout their life span. She works in several different settings, including outpatient clinics and hospital services.
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“I was always interested in how technology can impact health and improve health.”
“I want to empower the students to think about what is something you want to make better.”
Some Medical Students: “They already have a passion to address a need.”
“Celebrate the small successes.”
“Knowing to reach out and create these collaborative teams is the best way to innovate and provide the best care at the same time.”
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