New England Journal of Medicine 2018
35% Reduction in Bronchiolitis Patient’s ICU Length of Stay
The IHQSE offers a variety of programs for faculty, staff, and students on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
Are you looking to gain knowledge, learn and apply skills, or develop as a leader?
Do you want to participate in or lead quality improvement projects?
Are you ready to lead teams capable of transforming your organization?
From half-day sessions to a year-long course, find the program that best fits your needs.
A year-long training program emphasizing development and enhancement of high-functioning teams capable of systematically improving the quality, safety, cost and experience of care provided for patients.
A series of half-day workshops designed to provide relevant and applicable training in quality improvement and patient safety to residents, fellows, and faculty.
Through didactics and coaching, participants will learn the fundamental principles of quality improvement and how to structure and lead improvement projects.
A two-day course that offers participants a transformational learning experience that expands their ability to lead sustainable change, generate greater engagement in an era of change fatigue, and bring out the best in individuals and teams while achieving outstanding results.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine established a small grant program to fund quality improvement projects in a clinical setting.
This program will provide a structured and mentored manuscript preparation experience for QI scholars or those just looking to share their QI outcomes.