Wisconsin Medical Society member Claudia Reardon, MD, has been awarded the American College of Psychiatrists’ (ACP) 2015 Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education. Doctor Reardon accepted the award, which was created to recognize noteworthy teaching in the field of psychiatry, during the ACP’s annual meeting in Huntington Beach, California, Feb. 18-22.
An assistant professor and associate resident training director at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH), Dr. Reardon was honored for developing and implementing a quality improvement (QI) curriculum for psychiatry residents. The program was designed to be a longitudinal experience that provides pragmatic and didactic instruction in QI and patient safety spanning all four years of residency.
Doctor Reardon is a past Society Board member and current AMA alternate delegate. She was also the recipient of the 2012 Kenneth A. Viste Jr. Physician Leadership Award from the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation, and in 2013 received the “Rising Star” award from UW Health. She was elected to the ACP in 2013.
Click here to read more about Dr. Reardon, who was profiled in the UWSMPH’s Quarterly magazine last fall.
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