Martha Perry, MD, an associate professor in the UNC Department of Pediatrics, was accepted into the Advanced Improvement Methods (AIM) program to help build a broader and deeper understanding of quality improvement, biostatistics, and planned experimentation. .
Martha F. Perry, MD | Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Congratulations to Dr. Martha Perry, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UNC, for her acceptance into the Advanced Improvement Methods (AIM) program with the James M Anderson Center for Cincinnati Children’s Health Systems Excellence. AIM is a highly competitive program for physicians, nurses, and nonclinical leaders. The program helps build a broader and deeper understanding of quality improvement, biostatistics, and planned experimentation. Expert teachers conduct brief teaching sessions, case studies and simulation exercises.
In her leadership role as Director of the Associate Program of the UNC Pediatric Residency Program and Medical Director of the UNC Child Care Clinic and the UNC Adolescent Specialist Clinic, we are excited to see that Dr. Perry applies what you learn to quality improvement at UNC Children’s.