WHO Internship Program offers the opportunity to work in the Patient Safety and Risk Management Unit (PSU). The intern will contribute to one or more projects concerning medication safety, education & training (how to create and promote multidisciplinary teams), global patient safety networks and partnerships (how to strengthen interaction among the global patient safety community); monitoring and evaluating impact (WHO Global Patient Safety Challenge), safety and quality culture, patient safety incident reporting and learning (how reporting impacts quality improvement), and healthcare risk management. The main responsibilities of the intern include: participation in meetings, taking notes, and liaising with external experts.
The intern should have the following skills/attributes:
WHO may accept applicants who meet all the following conditions as interns:
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