Be a part of the highly-regarded Quality Improvement Lead Training Program 2022, commencing on 7 April.
Time is running out to register for the first Quality Improvement Lead (QIL) Program for 2022 – an incredible opportunity to take your quality and safety education to the next level.
“More than 470 CEOs, Health Executives, clinicians and Quality Managers have already participated in this outstanding Lead training course over the last six years,” said Improvement Academy Director Adjunct Associate Professor Bernie Harrison.
“The course focuses on improvement science and methods, measurement for improvement, microsystem change and PDSA.
“The key to the success of this program is that participants undertake a work-based improvement project which consolidates the learning into practice,” Adj Assoc Professor Harrison said.
To review these projects you can click here to see the latest publication of participant abstracts.
“The value of the Quality Improvement Lead Training Program is to equip you with the knowledge and skills to improve the quality and safety of care for patients/clients. These skills are essential for a 21st century healthcare clinician,” Adj Assoc Professor Harrison said.
Now in its seventh year, the QIL program has had a strong uptake by frontline clinicians from across Australia.
Registrations will close on Wednesday 30th March and the start date for the first virtual session is 7th April.
Click here for more information.