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Nana Coleman M.D., Ed.M.

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Assistant Director of Integration and Clinical Learning Environment

Institute for Continuing Professional Development in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

Baylor College of Medicine

Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education

Baylor College of Medicine

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics-Critical Care

Texas Children's Hospital

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Team Launch Education Director

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Nana E. Coleman, M.D., Ed.M., is the Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics—Critical Care at Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas. She is also the Education Director for Team Launch, an institutional interprofessional teamwork course. Dr. Coleman earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and subsequently completed her Master's degree in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She completed medical school through the Dartmouth-Brown combined M.D. program, earning her medical degree from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Following her pediatric residency training at Columbia University's Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian, in New York, New York. Dr. Coleman completed her fellowship training in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Coleman has formal training and extensive professional experience in healthcare quality, patient safety, and medical education. She serves as the primary lead for the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) program at Baylor College of Medicine.

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COURSE FACILITATORS

The Institute for Continuing Professional Development in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (I-QIPS) is comprised of leaders from across the educational and clinical enterprise, bringing with them a diverse set of experiences and backgrounds in QI and patient safety. This expertise is carried over into interactive training courses developed and offered by I-QIPS, strategically designed to enrich the hands-on learning experience that is provided to course participants. Training courses are conducted by a team of facilitators, comprised of Master Teachers, Faculty, and Instructors, as designated by I-QIPS.

Master Teachers

I-QIPS Master Teachers serve as subject matter experts, direct course content, mentor QI leaders, and lead the development of instructors within the I-QIPS.

Faculty

I-QIPS Faculty serve as subject matter experts, lead individual course sessions offered by the I-QIPS, and provide coaching as needed on QI projects.

Instructors

I-QIPS Instructors serve as subject matter experts, co-lead course sessions offered by the I-QIPS, and provide coaching on QI projects.

QI COACHES

I-QIPS QI Coaches provide assistance during training courses offered by the I-QIPS by leading breakout activities during course sessions, such as providing small-group coaching on improvement projects being conducted by the enrolled course participants. Additionally, QI Coaches may provide similar coaching to the course participants between in-person workshop sessions to provide any additional guidance needed to prepare them for their next scheduled session. 

As part of its initiative to train faculty, support innovation, and promote scholarship in quality improvement and patient safety, the I-QIPS seeks qualified candidates to serve as QI Coaches for faculty or trainees involved in improvement-related activities conducted across BCM-affiliated institutions. The team of QI Coaches is selected via a formal application process. For more information, visit the QI Coaches page.


Past Coaches