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Thalia Sirjue

Thalia Sirjue

Manager

Atlas Research

Washington, Other

I'm a Public Health nerd who's currently providing healthcare management solutions for federal clients while dreaming of ways to use IT and informatics to improve patient engagement & health equity!

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"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." -Nelson Mandela
Skills
Project Management
Interests

Patient engagement & empowerment| Patient advocacy| Health Equity | Health IT| Health Informatics| Healthcare Workforce| Minority health| Health Policy|

Atlas Research

Manager

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George Washington University

Practicum Assistant

- Organize orientation and group practicum discussions, including sending out announcements, creating attendance lists, and reserving space
- Respond to student questions on the logistics and procedures to complete the practicum, including troubleshooting any website questions and referring students to guidebooks and other training materials
- Plan and implement informational presentation for students and preceptors
- Communicate with Student Records about student needs, such as verification and petitions
- Manage content for web resource page

Career

George Washington University

Research Assistant

Working on Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q), a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) funded project housed in the Center for Health Care Quality at The George Washington University School of Public Health & Health Services. My responsibilities include but are not limited to consumer engagement strategies, facilitating communication between alliance groups, web account updates, and data collection.

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Children's National Medical Center

Quality Improvement Team Intern

Interning in the Diana L. and Stephen A. Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health working on various projects to improve health of the surrounding community. Perform tasks with the goal of reducing non-urgent ER usage and improving patient satisfaction, engagement, and quality of care. Some tasks include monthly patient newsletter production, compilation of patient survey data, time-motion studies to determine patient wait times, research on best practices in primary care, and PCMH recognition components.

Career

Thomson Reuters

Senior Data Support Coordinator - Trainer

- Trained 36 new hires, domestically and abroad, in person and via web beginning the 2nd week of new position all the way through to 2 days before my departure

- Maintained and updated all training documentation, including a major overhaul of primary document prior to new software release

- Trained 3 colleagues who would take on my duties post-departure; remain in contact for support despite departure from company

- Received a total of 3 promotions during my 6 year tenure

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Thomson Reuters

Data Support Coordinator

- Selected to travel to India to train 40 new hires despite being the youngest and least senior member of my group

- Oversaw global transition of production from NY to India, which required serving as primary point of contact for 4 products and coordinating employees from 7 different departments

- Created, maintained, and organized all necessary training materials and presentations

- Learned production workflows for various publications in order to be a more efficient trainer

Career

Thomson Reuters

Senior Data Manager

Thomson Reuters

Data Manager

Beacon Inn

Front Desk Associate

Checked guests in and out; handled night audits; served as concierge; scheduled houskeeping staff; managed direct billing/corporate accounts

The George Washington University

MPH; Graduate Certificate in Health Policy, Community-Oriented Primary Care

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Certificate, General Public Health

Boston University

BA, Sociology

The George Washington University

Master of Public Health (MPH), Community-Oriented Primary Care