IHI Virtual Expeditions

​​​​​IHI Virtual Expeditions are topic-specific, action-focused virtual programs that typically lasts two to four months. Expeditions are designed to help multidisciplinary teams make rapid improvements in the areas of greatest concern to health care organizations today. These programs are typically $750 per team but are FREE with a Passport to IHI Training​ membership. 

Enrollment links are posted as they become available. Dates and topics are subject to change.​ ​​​

Upcoming Expeditions​

From Consultation to Integration: Addressing 
Behavioral Health in the Hospital 
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Begins April 19
​Improving Transitions​ to Post-Acute Care Settings

Begins April 27​
​​Understanding and Improving Safety Culture​​Begins May 25
Engaging Family Caregivers in Care Delivery​​Begins June 7
Practical Strategies for Managing Successful Improvement Projects​Begins June 13
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What Participants Are Saying about IHI Virtual Expeditions

"Great way to apply what you’ve learned and actually make the changes before you forget about them." 
-Brandie M., Director, Patient Safety & Quality, Jefferson Healthcare

“Taking part in the Expedition was a very good experience because it offered clear recommendations [for making improvements], provided the evidence base, and combined this with teams telling their success stories. It gave us the impetus to continue and move forward with our efforts.
-Gina Newman, RN, Infection Control Practitioner, Sharp Memorial Hospital
   
​“We really appreciate how the Expedition topics relate to the strategic goals of our organization. They've been very timely and topical and provided us with useful tools and information.” 
-Sheri Hawkins, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Shawnee Mission Medical Center 

"The ability to bounce ideas off of similar facilities, the step-by-step guide to creating a beneficial PDSA, and the ability to gain feedback on how to make PDSA’s stronger." 
-Erin James, Quality Improvement Coach Maple Street Clinic, on the benefits of the IHI Virtual Expedition
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