There are many challenges when it comes to implementing effective learning strategies for large-scale improvement initiatives. For more than 25 years the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) has faced and addressed these challenges, learning many lessons along the way.
This Virtual Expedition draws the experience of IHI staff, leaders, improvement advisors, and partners from around the world. It will provide participants with practical guidance and tools for running large-scale improvement projects based on proven ideas that work.
Case studies will include participants from:
- The Partnership for HIV Free Survival – A six country improvement initiative
- Project JOINTS (Joining Organizations IN Tackling SSIs) – An initiative engaging hospitals across ten US states
- A national initiative to reduce hospital-induced Infections in 120 public hospitals in Brazil
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded SCALE (Scaling Community Accelerators through Learning and Evaluation) Initiative – A national initiative engaging 18 communities in community-wide improvement efforts
- And many more
Whether you’re planning an improvement initiative for a health system, city, state, or country, this virtual program will give you the theory, case studies, and structured guidance needed to successfully run large-scale improvement initiatives.