Robin Wagner, RN, MHSA is the Senior Vice President of the Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program at the ACGME—a program designed to provide formative feedback to GME leaders and the executive leaders of clinical learning environments on six areas of focus: 1) patient safety, 2) health care quality (including disparities), 3) supervision, 4) teaming, 5) well-being, and 6) professionalism. In this role, Ms. Wagner oversees all aspects of the CLER Program, including field operations, site visit operations, program development and evaluation, and institutional outreach and collaboration. Ms. Wagner holds a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Maryland and a Masters of Health Services Administration from the George Washington University.
Robin Wagner, RN, MHSA
Senior Vice President, Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
Advancing the Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment: A Conversation With NCICLE, IPEC, and HPAC
Interprofessional collaborative practice is increasingly required to achieve outcomes that matter most to individuals, families, communities and the health of populations. Interprofessional education has been widely recognized as critical to prepare future health professionals for effective collaborative practice. Increasingly, interprofessional educators are working to expand partnerships with practice to expand opportunities for learners to engage in interprofessional collaborative practice before graduation. Multiple national organizations are developing tools to support ongoing…