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(1.1) Section 1: Introduction
(1.2) Defining quality
(1.4) When to use quality improvement
(1.5) Overview of the Model for Improvement
(1.6) Model for Improvement
(1.7) Why use the Model for Improvement?
(1.8) Section 1: Recap
(1.9) Section 1:
Section 2: The Model for
(2.1) Section 2: The Model for Improvement
(2.2) Aim: what are we trying to accomplish?
(2.3) Aim: example
(2.4) Interactive exercise: designing an aim
(2.5) Driver diagrams
(2.6) Measures: how will we know that a change is an
(2.7) Process map
(2.8) Interactive exercise: measures
(2.9) Measurement with purpose
(2.10) Measurement with purpose
(2.11) Change: what changes can we make that will result in
(2.12) Section 2: Recap
(2.13) Section 2:
Section 3: The PDSA
(3.1) Section 3: The PDSA cycle
(3.2) Introduction to the PDSA cycle
(3.3) Interactive exercise: PDSA cycle
(3.4) What are the risks in using PDSA cycles?
(3.5) What are the risks in using PDSA cycles?
(3.6) How to use PDSA cycles
(3.7) Interactive exercise: PDSA cycle example plan
(3.8) Designing a PDSA cycle
(3.9) Section 3: Recap
(3.10) Section 3: