Sonis Lectures

2021 Anne C. Sonis Memorial Lecture

About the lecture

This event is sponsored by the Family of Anne C. Sonis, the Pitt Public Health Department of Health Policy and Management, the Center for Research on Health Care of the Division of General Internal Medicine, and the Wolff Center at UPMC. The Sonis Lecture is our major annual event focusing on health care quality and safety. The lecture draws a broad audience, including faculty, from residents, fellows, and alumni from across Pitt's schools of the Health Sciences and health practitioners and administrators from UPMC, the VA, and throughout the region. 

About Anne Sonis

For more than two decades, this lectureship has honored Anne C. Sonis, a loving wife, mother, and grandmother social worker and faculty at the University of Pittsburgh who had a personal interest in and professional commitment to the idea of assuring every citizen the right to compassionate, high quality health care. Sonis was an initiator and first director of the quality assurance program at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC. 

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Educational Credit

This event is Pitt Public Health Grand Rounds eligible. This event will also provide AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits for physicians and AAPA Category 1 CME credits for physician assistants.

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