The research of Mark Yeazel, MD, MPH, focuses on cancer screening. He has directed both community and clinic-based interventions and cancer survivorship. Yeazel has also been involved in studies examining the long-term outcomes and health needs of childhood cancer survivors. He completed a faculty development fellowship in 1992 and has since been involved in department faculty development efforts.
Mark Yeazel, MD, MPH
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Minnesota Medical School
Big Picture/Local View: An Accessible Toolkit for Informatics-Informed Program Design and Evaluation
The principles of interprofessional practice and education, with a focus on teams and patient-centered care, have become a mainstay of many funding opportunities that focus on practice transformation, new models of care and preparing the future work health workforce. Yet, many programs do not have practical experience designing interprofessional learning experiences around these principles nor an informatics infrastructure to assess its outcomes. Organizations seeking to implement interprofessional practice and education transformation to achieve outcomes that matter most to people…