Graduate student Raghav Tripathi selected to participate in patient safety roundtable

Raghav Tripathi, a dual medical and Master of Public Health student, has been chosen to participate in the annual Telluride Patient Safety Educational Roundtable this summer in Telluride, Colorado. He is one of only 40 medical students from around the country chosen to participate, thanks to scholarships funded by The Doctors Company Foundation and MedStar Health.

Raghav was chosen from a pool of hundreds of applicants for his “leadership accomplishments and strong interest in and passion for patient safety and quality improvement,” according to the acceptance letter.

About the roundtable

The annual event brings together students and professionals from across the country in an interactive format to address ethical, professional, legal and economic dilemmas regarding transparency and the growing need for effective communication skills when medical errors and adverse events occur.