Hospital Community Benefits: Providing Research & Health Professional Education

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Patricia Terstenyak, Dr. Grace McComsey, Cheryl O'Malley, Dr. Dana Schneeberger

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In the final episode of this three-part virtual series on hospital community benefit, The Center for Health Affairs is hosting member hospitals Cleveland Clinic, Southwest General Health Center and University Hospitals for a panel discussion on hospital research and health professional education programs. As part of the defined curriculum for community benefit, the world-renowned research and health professional education programs offered by Northeast Ohio hospitals are at the forefront of scientific innovation. Host & Moderator: Patricia Terstenyak Director of Community Health, The Center for Health Affairs Presenters: Dr. Grace McComsey Vice President of Research and Associate Chief Scientific Officer, University Hospitals Cheryl O’Malley Chief Transformation Officer and Vice President of Population Health, Southwest General Health Center Dr. Dana Schneeberger Research Administrator, Cleveland Clinic's Center for Clinical Research

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