The MGH Academy is committed to improving patient care by providing quality medical education. Our goal is to foster quantitative and qualitative improvements in competence, performance and patient outcomes. Learning activities are designed to improve clinical decision making, enhance treatment strategies, interpret new findings as they apply to patient care, and analyze health policy. Our educational content is developed to determine and address identified gaps in knowledge, present emerging new research, and promote state-of-the-art patient care. By providing health care education to patients and their families in addition to health care providers, the MGH Academy addresses barriers to care and encourages collaborative health care delivery. Our innovative healthcare education programs are consistent with adult learning principles and include live activities, self-directed learning, e-learning and clinical simulation technology.
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