Dr. Lynn Jiang was recently accepted to the Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) Quality Improvement Academy (QIA) advanced QI training and faculty development program. Dr. Jiang will use her strong foundation in medical and biological sciences research to lead and develop a research project titled “Reducing Fall Risk and Anxiety after Emergency Department Discharge via Community Engagement.”
Dr. Jiang is an Instructor in Clinical Emergency Medicine and an Assistant Attending Physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine. Her research focuses on international emergency medical education and transitions of care. She is looking to optimize patient care and decrease healthcare costs by creating and evaluating new operations programs to reduce ED utilization and improve patient quality of care post-ED discharge.
Dr. Jiang established herself as an advocate for resident education during her tenure as Chief Resident of the NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP)/Columbia & Cornell emergency medicine residency program. She served as a resident representative on both the Resident Program Evaluation Committee and the Making Care Better Committee. She continues to participate in resident mentorship and education as a member of the NYP Emergency Medicine Residency Clinical Competency Committee, as well as overseeing the Weill Cornell Medicine/Bugando Medical Center Educational Exchange resident elective.