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Ihi open schooloverviewpresentation

  1. 1. First Name Last Name Event Name Date of Event
  2. 2. • When: Launched in September 2008 • Why: Because too many patients suffer from low quality care • Who: Health graduate students (nursing, pharmacy, medicine, health management, etc.) • Where: o Online: www.ihi.org/openschool o Face-to-Face: Chapter Network • What you can do: o Join our Chapter o Complete a course online o Access free online resources (audio, video, case studies) o Join the next WIHI: *INSERT UPCOMING WIHI DATE AND TITLE* o Attend the IHI National Forum in December 2012 Overview
  3. 3. “Advance health care improvement and patient safety competencies in the next generation of health professionals worldwide.” IHI Open School Mission IHI Open School Chapter Congress, Dec 09
  4. 4. IHI Open School Chapters
  5. 5. What do Chapters do? • Education o Work with your Faculty Advisor to identify courses where resources can be incorporated o Create an elective for your campus • Projects o Lead an improvement project for your student-run health clinic o Join an improvement project or patient safety initiative at a local hospital o Participate in national projects and competitions • Group activities o Review a case study with an interprofessional group o Host a guest speaker from a local health care organization o Start a journal club o Facilitate an IHI Open School Chapter activity (available online) • Visit the IHI Open School website to learn more: o Chapter Progress Report Results o Chapter Posters o Community Updates o Weekly Chapter Notes newsletter
  6. 6. Leadership Topic Leader: Jim Reinertsen, MD, Senior Fellow, IHI ◊ L 101: So You Want to Be a Leader in Health Care? Patient Safety Topic Leader: Lucian Leape, MD, Adjunct Professor of Health Policy, Dept. of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health ◊ PS 100: Introduction to Patient Safety ◊ PS 104: Root Cause and Systems Analysis ◊ PS 101: Fundamentals of Patient Safety ◊ PS 105: Communicating with Patients after Adverse Events ◊ PS 102: Human Factors and Safety ◊ PS 106: Introduction to the Culture of Safety ◊ PS 103: Teamwork and Communication ◊ E PS1: Partnering to Heal: Teaming Up Against Healthcare- Associated Infection Quality Improvement Topic Leader: Lloyd Provost, MS, Associates in Process Improvement ◊ QI 101: Fundamentals of Improvement ◊ QI 104: Putting It All Together ◊ QI 102: The Model for Improvement ◊ QI 105: The Human Side of Quality Improvement ◊ QI 103: Measuring for Improvement ◊ QI 106: Level 100 Tools Patient-and-Family-Centered Care Topic Leader: James Conway, MS, Faculty, Harvard University School of Public Health; Sue Sheridan, MIM, MBA, President, CAPS ◊ PFC 101: Dignity and Respect Managing Health Care Operations Topic Leader: Eugene Litvak, PhD, President and CEO, Institute for Healthcare Optimization ◊ MHO 101: Achieving Breakthrough Quality, Access, and Affordability Population Health Topic Leader: Jonathan Finkelstein, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Harvard University Medical School ◊ PH 101: Introduction to Population Health Course Catalog
  7. 7. Certificate of Completion Requirements o Quality Improvement 101-106 o Patient Safety 100-106 o Leadership 101 o Patient-and-Family-Centered Care 101 o Managing Health Care Operations 101
  8. 8. Chapter Name [Suggested information to share with others] • Chapter Leader Name o Contact info • Faculty Advisor Name o Faculty info • Chapter Website, Blog, Facebook Group? • Chapter Goals • Activity/Event Info • Next Meeting: DATE
  9. 9. Thank you to the IHI Open School’s generous donors TheRxFoundation TheKaiserPermanenteCommunityBenefit TheJohnD.andCatherineT.MacArthurFoundation The Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation …and many individual donors too numerous to mention: http://www.ihi.org/IHI/Programs/IHIOpenSchool/IHIOpenSchoolFundraising.htm

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