Quality Improvement 102
The next step in understanding how change leads to improvement.
Building on Quality Improvement 101, this interactive course provides further insight into the quality improvement best practices needed to create effective change. The course reviews the concepts covered in QI 101, and then gives direction on how to test improvement ideas and increase their impact and effectiveness. Lessons and exercises provide examples of best practices and offer direction on moving from one PDSA cycle to another. The course is the next step in gaining the knowledge to create a real culture of change that fosters improvement for all.
This course is best taken on a computer. Some functionality may be limited on mobile devices.
Publish Date: 2017
Continuing Sickle Cell Disease Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic
People who have sickle cell disease and very vulnerable to COVID-19 impact. As we enter the fourth month of the pandemic in the U.S., we’re sharing how providers and advocates have remained nimble to ensure that comprehensive and consistent care is maintained throughout the pandemic and beyond.
An Introduction to Measuring Reliability
Measuring reliability enables us to understand the effectiveness of our health systems and initiatives and discover where improvements are needed. Not sure where to start? We're sharing an introduction to measuring and increasing reliability in your projects and initiatives.
Making Fathers Visible in Maternal and Child Health
From cognitive and social emotional development to education and accomplishments, children with involved fathers achieve better health outcomes. Yet despite fathers’ positive impact on maternal and child health, many of the systems intended to serve women and children were not designed with fathers in mind. That’s why we’re sharing strategies to increasing father involvement in early childhood programs.
NICHQ Employee Spotlight: Barbara Lambiaso
Each month, we’re shining a spotlight on a NICHQ employee, asking them to share their memories, advice, and goals. Project Manager Barbara Lambiaso shares her commitment to various NICHQ projects, including an initiative that serves children and adults with sickle cell disease.
Ensuring Flexible Evaluation as Project Needs Change
Have you ever had to update your program implementation plan part way through? We’re sharing four strategies on creating flexible evaluation processes for greater program success.
Communities in Ohio Address Rising Inequalities in Response to COVID-19
A serious compounding problem of COVID-19 is how it is intensifying inequalities across the country, including in Ohio where significant disparities in maternal and child health persist. Learn how Mahoning County is proactively identifying how the pandemic will affect at-risk populations and then developing a comprehensive plan that bring together partners from across the health system.