Leading Quality Improvements during Covid 19 – 23 July 2020 – WENTWEST

· October 15, 2020
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What is included?

– Webinar recording:  ‘Leading Quality Improvements during Covid 19’
– Presentation used in webinar.
– Additional summary sheets/downloadable resources
Download resources from the ‘Materials’ tab above.

What are the Learning Objectives:

1.Describe and understand the benefits of QI methodology and how it effects system change and health outcomes for patients.
2.Outline and document rapid quality improvement activities undertaken in general practice during COVID- 19
3.Learn tips for effective change management and team building.
4.Introduce patient reported measures and link to quality improvement activities.

Who is the Presenter:
Katrina Otto, Managing Director, Train IT Medical Pty Ltd

What Does This Webinar Focus On?
Quality Improvements, CQI, rapid response, Covid19, leading change, preventive health, practice management, leadership. patient reported measures.

Are there handouts? 
The presentations used in these webinars are available for you to download from the Materials tab on the Course Home screen.
You will also find more free resources here

Is this information current?
This webinar was recorded on 23 July 2020.
Please be aware it will not be updated over time and therefore information you are viewing could potentially be outdated.

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  • 1 Section
  • Course Certificate

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