Originally presented on June 27, 2011
The NIATx Quality Improvement Model is a practical, evidence based approach to quality improvement that is being applied in over 2500 health and human service settings around the country. Participating in this orientation to the NIATx Change Leader Model will help transform committed learners into committed leaders of change. The emphasis of this orientation will be on the practical learning necessary for an agency/ community to embark on quality improvement practice immediately through the use of rapid cycle testing of change strategies.
Participants in this web-conference will be able to:
1. Understand the core principles, practices, and tools essential to effectively leading change using the NIATx approach to process improvement.
2. Learn the critical roles, responsibilities, and relationships essential to the successful deployment of a change model.
3. Complete the Change Leader Webinar ready to apply their learning to a specific improvement in thieir agency/community.
IPLAN coordinators, administrators, health educators, nurses, preventionists, health promoters and anyone ready to integrate Quality Improvement into their organization.
Tom Mosgaller, M.S.
Director of Change Management, College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison