The QI Conference participants will engage in highly interactive breakout sessions led by leaders in the fields of pediatric Implementation Science and Quality Improvement research. Attendees will learn when and how to use specific methodologies for the design and analysis of intervention studies. They will also explore facilitators and barriers to implementing these methods.
Who Should Attend?
Clinicians, investigators and others interested in Implementation Science and Quality Improvement (QI) research who are seeking to develop additional expertise in state‐of‐the‐art approaches to developing, evaluating, and publishing studies of the effectiveness of quality improvement interventions.
Keynote speaker is Dr. Deena Chisolm, Nationwide Foundation Endowed Chair in Health Equity Research and Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health at The Ohio State University.
Breakout Sessions include:
- Abstract Poster Session
- Interrupted Time Series Analysis
- Statistical Process for Quality Improvement: Challenging Cases and How to Approach Them
- Diagnostic Errors and Patient Safety
- How to be a Critical Consumer of QI Research
- Learning about Safety from Diverse Voices of our Patients and Families
- AND MORE!