Practical, Scientific Methods for Improving Health, Healthcare, and Your Life
A new year offers many of us a unique opportunity to better ourselves. If you’re like many Americans, keeping up with those resolutions can be challenging. But it isn’t impossible. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Professor Don Goldmann will offer helpful tips, and teach you the skills you need to create and sustain improvement in your life.
Learn the tools of improvement science to make positive changes in health, healthcare, and your daily life. Join Professor Goldmann at the Harvard Ed Portal as part of the Faculty Speaker Series as he presents principles of improvement through the lens of health and healthcare, and will share examples of how improvement can - and does - influence our daily lives.
This event promises to be a fascinating look into how small modifications and observations can result in big changes.
This event is free and open to the public. RSVP online through Eventbrite.
This event is in conjunction with the online HarvardX course PH556X: Practical Improvement Science in Health Care: A Roadmap for Getting Results, which starts on January 20. Attendees do not need to be enrolled in the course, but may find it a helpful addition to attending the lecture.