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By IHI Open School | Monday, Feb 01, 2016
Health professions students can play a critical role in quality improvement initiatives, both during their training and in their careers. At the 2015 IHI National Forum in December, the IHI Open School selected four student and resident projects from close to 100 submissions to highlight in a special storyboard session. Faculty judges also selected runners up. We’re showcasing this great work in this blog post — click on the link within each project to learn more. (Pictured above from left to ri ... read full post

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement
By IHI Open School | Wednesday, Jan 27, 2016
Two years ago, the IHI Open School began an unprecedented experiment could future health care professionals learn the skills to improve not just the quality of care, but the health of their communities? We named this effort the IHI Open School Change Agent Network (I-CAN), and at the end of the last year, we reached our ambitious goal mobilizing 30,000 students and professionals to improve population health. One of the keystones of this two-year project has been an online course, Leadership an ... read full post

 

Tag(s): Leadership
By IHI Open School | Monday, Jan 11, 2016
The IHI Open School network has grown to nearly 800 Chapters around the world. In this post, we’re spotlighting one of the newest Valdosta State University. We talked to Chapter Leader James A. Powell to learn what the Chapter is doing to advance quality and safety in the next generation of health care professionals. Open School How long has your Chapter been around? James Powell Our student chapter at Valdosta State University (VSU) began in January 2015. I ... read full post

 

Tag(s): Chapter Network