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Workshop Abstract

Reframing Your Perspective to Think Differently

Problem: Identifying opportunities for education, research or quality improvement projects often involves stumbling upon “white space” or a topic that is largely unexplored. Upon identification, multiple perspectives are seldom used to re-frame or evaluate the opportunity at hand, leading to missed insights that shape project execution and impact.


Approach: Through exploring different vantage points, we will work through a three-stage approach to intentionally re-frame opportunities for innovation in education, research or quality improvement, prioritize them, and develop contextually relevant project objectives.


Instructional Methods: Case studies to learn how switching perspectives can uncover new innovation opportunities and objectives for impactful projects.

Presenters: Sarrah Lal

Objectives:

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Re-frame opportunities in research, education and quality improvement to maximize impact.

  • Develop contextually relevant project objectives.

  • Prioritize opportunities based on different perspectives.

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