By Hannah Lee Flath | Friday, May 17, 2019
The system of racial stereotyping and stigma, both in healthcare and the media, leads to inequities in the care for patients affected by substance use disorders and chronic pain. Hannah Flath, program coordinator at IHI, describes her own experience with chronic pain as one of privilege and person-centered care. She uses her story to emphasize the importance of reducing stigma and improving equitable care by changing the narrative surrounding sub
Open School, Substance Use Disorder, Quality Improvement
By Mike Briddon | Tuesday, Sep 11, 2018
IHI Open School courses can be a cost-effective means of training staff to coach improvement at community health centers.
Quality Improvement, Improvement Coach, Open School, Community Health Center
By David Stevens | Thursday, Sep 06, 2018
Sharing your writing with peers can substantially improve your work. David P. Stevens shares his own approach to collaboration and offers strategies for starting your own editing process.
Teamwork, Quality Improvement, Communication
By Stephanie Garry Garfunkel | Monday, Jan 08, 2018
Looking for ideas for your next student project? Explore this exceptional work in quality improvement, community organizing, and Chapter Leadership.
Quality Improvement, Leadership, Chapter Network
By IHI Open School | Wednesday, Mar 01, 2017
More than 500,000 people have passed through the virtual doors of the IHI Open School. This means over half a million students, residents, and faculty equipped with the necessary skills — in improvement science, leadership, and community organizing — to lead change.
Patient Safety, Quality Improvement, Leadership, Improvement Capability