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 “...a      set of principles that involve  knowledge, skills, and methods used to  evaluate and implement change in a he...
 “a   profession is defined by what it does, not just what it knows, and by doing what it does better all the time, not j...
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(Management Sciences for Health, 1998).
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(Regis University, 2007).
 “Knowledge  needs to be presented in authentic contexts — settings and situations that would normally involve that knowl...
   Batalden, P., & Davidoff, F. (2007). Teaching quality improvement: The devil is in the details. Journal of the    Amer...
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How to teach quality improvement

  1. 1. Astrid Grgurich
  2. 2.  “...a set of principles that involve knowledge, skills, and methods used to evaluate and implement change in a health care system using a systems-based approach.” (Boonyasai, Windish, Chakraborti, Feldman, Rubin & Bass, 2011).
  3. 3.  “a profession is defined by what it does, not just what it knows, and by doing what it does better all the time, not just doing it well.” (Batalden & Davidoff, 2007)
  4. 4. DevelopIdentify Analyse improvement deficit deficit plan (Statit Quality Control, 2007).
  5. 5. (Image From Microsoft Clip Art)
  6. 6. (Management Sciences for Health, 1998).
  7. 7.  Learning packages In-services Reflection/Debrief
  8. 8. (Regis University, 2007).
  9. 9.  “Knowledge needs to be presented in authentic contexts — settings and situations that would normally involve that knowledge. Social interaction and collaboration are essential components of situated learning — learners become involved in a “community of practice” which embodies certain beliefs and behaviors to be acquired.” (Learning Theories, 2008).
  10. 10.  Batalden, P., & Davidoff, F. (2007). Teaching quality improvement: The devil is in the details. Journal of the American medical association, 289(9), 1059-1061. Bate, P., Mendel, P., & Robert, G. (2008). Organizing for quality. Oxon, UK: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd. Boonyasai, R., Windish, D., Chakraborti, C., Feldman, L., Rubin, H., & Bass, E. (2011). Effectiveness of teaching quality improvement to clinicians. Journal of the American medical association, 306(22), 2415- 2526. Learning Theories. (2008). Situated learning theory: Lave. Retrieved from http://www.learning- theories.com/situated-learning-theory-lave.html Management Sciences for Health. (1998). Welcome to managing for quality. Retrieved from http://erc.msh.org/quality/index.cfm Regis University. (2007). The Kolb model. Retrieved from http://academic.regis.edu/ed202/subsequent/kolb2.htm SIL. (1999). What is in-service training? Retrieved from http://www.sil.org/lingualinks/literacy/ReferenceMaterials/glossaryofliteracyterms/WhatIsInServiceTraining. htm Statit Quality Control. (2007). Continuous quality improvement techniques for healthcare process improvement. Corvallis, Oregon: Statit Software Inc.
  11. 11. Brainstorming Isolation andOrientation and delegation of search organisation of topics for information further research

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