The Division of Hospital Medicine conducts groundbreaking research addressing important questions related to all aspects of healthcare quality: safety, effectiveness, patient-centeredness, timeliness, efficiency and equitability. Faculty in our division include national experts in patient safety, simulation-based training, inter-professional teamwork, transitions of care and end-of-life care.
Learn more about the work conducted by labs within our division.
Research Centers and Programs
The Division of Hospital Medicine conducts innovative research that benefits patients facing acute, serious, and/or life-limiting medical illness. We believe research is most successful when conducted by inter-professional teams and with specific outcomes that are measurable and matter to patients.
- INTERdisciplinary Approaches to Communication and Teamwork (INTERACT)
The INTERACT project was designed to improve communication and teamwork on general medical hospital units. The intervention consists of Prepared Nurse-Physician Co-Leadership and Structured Inter-Disciplinary Rounds.
View ongoing clinical trials related to hospital medicine.
Read about the latest discoveries within our division.
For more information regarding the research done in the Division of Hospital Medicine, please contact:
Katie Clepp, MA, MEd
Lead Clinical Research Associate