CSIM Evaluation Form - Healthcare Quality Improvement Workshop

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Extended Workshops - 1300 - 1630

III)  Healthcare Quality Improvement Workshop
Dr. Tom MacMillan - Overview of QI Methods/Stats
Objectives:
·     Recognize various formats to guide rapid cycle improvement
·     Generate appropriate quality indicators and metrics for QI projects
·     Choose and apply methods to identify targets for improvement initiatives
·     Summarize the utility of statistical control charts in improvement projects

Dr. David Frost - Achieving Multidisciplinary QI in a Healthcare Institution
Objectives: 
·     Identify principles of change management relevant to QI projects
·     Apply QI methods and tools in the clinical environment
·     Identify real world challenges that arise in the pursuit of improvement

Dr. Peter Wu - How to Think Critically About QI Projects 
Objectives:
·     Describe common problems encountered in QI projects
·     Appraise a QI project



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* 3. Please rate this session as follows

  Poor Fair Satisfactory Good Excellent
Scientific content of this presentation
Usefulness/practicality of this presentation
Adequate time for questions/discussion
Speaker effectiveness: Dr. Tom MacMillan
Speaker effectiveness: Dr. David Frost
Speaker effectiveness: Dr. Peter Wu

* 4. Session objectives were met

  Not at all Partially Mostly Completely
Overview of QI Methods/Stats
Achieving Multidisciplinary QI in a Healthcare Institution
How to Think Critically About QI Projects

* 5. Outcomes: As a result of attending this session, are you planning to

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Discuss the session with your colleagues
Pursue additional learning activities
Complete a Personal Learning Project (PLP)

* 6. Bias and Balance

  Yes No Unsure
The content of this presentation was scientifically valid and balanced
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue industry bias
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue personal/other bias

* 7. General Comments

* 8. Topic suggestions for future conferences (please be as specific as possible)

* 9. Feedback

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