The National Collaborative for Improving the Clinical Learning Environment has released two new resources. One offers guidance for health care leaders on taking a systems-level approach to engage new clinicians in quality improvement efforts to eliminate health care disparities. The other resource summarizes conversations and activities from a two-day symposium on achieving an optimal interprofessional clinical learning environment. AHA is a member of the collaborative and its steering committee.

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