High-quality, high-value medical care requires a workforce prepared to blend practice based data with research based evidence within the increasingly digitized health care environment, in order to advance personal clinical practice, support personalized medicine, and contribute meaningfully to an evolving body of knowledge.

The Learning Health System Training Program (LHSTP) is a novel educational program designed to train resident physicians in the skills needed to become physicians who are able to understand and obtain individual patient and clinician practice level data from the LHS as data scientists, analyze the data to inform current clinical questions and processes, integrate findings with published research evidence to practically solve clinical problems.

Program Co-Directors:

Senior Fellow:

Program Administrator:

Aimee Zaas, MD, MHS Armando Bedoya, MD Laura Roe
Blake Cameron, MD, MBI  

laura.roe@duke.edu
(919) 360-8108

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