2014 Projects

The University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health
2014 Center for Health Leadership Fellows present:

2014 fellows

The 2014 CHL Fellows Consultative Project Presentations
Friday, May 2, 2014
11:30am - 2:30pm

150 University Hall, UC Berkeley School of Public Health

 

On May 2, 2014 the CHL Fellows Consultant teams shared the results of their year-long consulting projects with these local Public Health organizations:

After 3 semesters of work for their clients, the Fellows presented about:

  • Achieving Service Excellence at San Francisco General Hospital by Shadowing Patients and Engaging Front-line Staff in Specialty Clinics in the Evaluation and Implementation of a Patient Satisfaction Measures
  • Expanding Health Portals for the Most Marginalized: Replicating the Model of Street Level Health Project
  • Developing a Tool Kit for Organizational Strategies, Processes, and Products to Improve Workflow for Routine and Non-Routine Tasks for CEIP
     

Consulting Project Sponsors:

  • Gretchen Rothrock, MPH, Ashley Williamson, MPH, and Shane Vigil (California Emerging Infections Program)
  • Laura Lopez and Jessica G. Fuentes (Street Level Health Project)
  • Alice Chen, MD, MPH and Kathryn Horner, MS (San Francisco General Hospital and University of California, San Francisco)

Street Level Health Project Team

  • Dario Maciel (Health and Social Behavior MPH)
  • Danielle Duong (Health Policy and Management MPH / MPP)
  • Mandy Murphy (Public Health Nutrition MPH)
  • Lauren Villa (Maternal and Child Health MPH)

San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) Team

  • Brittany Giles (Health Policy and Management MPH)
  • Nancy Pham (Epi/Biostats MPH)
  • Katrin Cox (Health Policy and Management MPH / MBA)
  • Lila Rubenstein (Environmental Health Sciences MPH)

California Emerging Infections Program (CEIP) Team

  • Christina Moore (Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology MPH)
  • Sophie Egan (Health and Social Behavior MPH)
  • Cristin Weekley (Environmental Health Sciences MPH)

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