VII Congreso Internacional de Educación Médica
VI Congreso Internacional de Simulación en Educación Médica

6 al 10 de octubre, 2020

La Educación Médica ante los desafíos de la sociedad

Susan E. Sheridan, MIM, MBA, DHL, currently serves as the Director of Patient Engagement for the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) where she spearheads efforts to ensure that the patient and family perspective informs all facets of SIDM’s work to improve diagnostic accuracy and timeliness while reducing harm caused by diagnostic errors.

Prior to her work at SIDM, Sue served as Patient and Family Engagement Adviser at the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), served as the Director of Patient Engagement for PCORI and was the external lead of the Patients for Patient Safety program at the World Health Organization (WHO). Sheridan had previously spent 10 years in patient advocacy inspired by adverse family experiences in the healthcare system. She cofounded and is past president of Parents of Infants and Children with Kernicterus (brain damage from jaundice), and is also the cofounder of Consumers Advancing Patient Safety, which helps organizations engage patients as partners in developing patient-safety solutions. In 2009, Sheridan was named to Modern Healthcare's list of Top 25 Women in Healthcare as well as Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare. Prior to her leadership in patient engagement, she worked as a finance banker for international trade. Sue received her BA from Albion College, her MIM and MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and her DHL from Adrian College.