IHQI Improvement Scholars Symposium highlights outstanding clinical improvement

More than 80 faculty and staff attended IHQI's Improvement Scholars Symposium which featured presentations on six clinical improvement projects.

IHQI Improvement Scholars Symposium highlights outstanding clinical improvement click to enlarge 2017 IHQI Improvement Scholars Symposium

The UNC Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement (IHQI) featured six clinical improvement projects at it's 3rd annual Improvement Scholars’ Symposium on Thu, May 11.

The IHQI Improvement Scholars’ Program (previously the IHQI Seed Grant Program) develops School of Medicine faculty and UNC Health Care System physicians to lead health care improvement. Improvement Scholars submit proposals to improve clinical effectiveness and patient safety by implementing proven and/or expert-recommended strategies and approaches. Proposals are reviewed by a committee of IHQI Faculty and UNC Health Care System improvement leaders. Selected project leaders and their teams are mentored by IHQI throughout the life cycle of their improvement project.

The 2016-2017 Improvement Scholars shared results-to-date at the IHQI Symposium on May 11.

Unhealthy Alcohol Use Screening and Interventions

Dan Jonas, MD, MPH

Tar Heel Trauma Care: The Golden Hour and Beyond

Daryhl L Johnson II, MD, MPH, FACS

Metabolic Monitoring in Outpatient Psychiatry

Takahiro Soda, MD, PhD, Jennifer Richards, MD, MBA 

Quiet Time: Reducing Noise to Improve Patient Care

Christine Hedges, PhD, RN, NE-BC

Falls Risk Management for Patients in Primary Care

Vicki Mercer, PT, PhD

Cystic Fibrosis Transitions: From Pediatric to Adult Care

Jennifer Goralski, MD

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