Primary Care Has New Education Director
Kim Osborn, who is well known for her tremendous work in the Office of Medical Education in the School of Medicine, has moved into the newly created position of Director, Patient & Family Engaged Medical Education Programs, and Education Administration in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health (PCPH). With the creation of this position explicitly devoted to the development of medical education programs that mindfully include patents, families, and caregivers in the planning and implementation of the curriculum, PCPH is leading the way, and Stanford Medicine is becoming firmly positioned as a leader in this work. Kim will work with PCPH to champion and promote new curricular efforts that support patients, families and caregivers at the center of our educational programs, to inspire compassionate and innovative care that is rooted in appreciation for each unique patient and caregiver experience of health and illness. She will also assume administrative leadership of educational programs across the Division. Please come by Modular H (aka the NEST) to welcome her to our team!