Work-life of VA MOVE! Program Coordinators: LEAP Program First-year Results
VA Health Services Research and Development Cyberseminars Date(s): March 1, 2018, 12:00-1:00pm ET Presented by: Laura Damschroder
Quality improvement (QI) activities that are integrated into everyday work-life is a building-block skill for organizations to transform into learning health systems. It is also an approach by which programs can be incrementally improved to more closely align with evidence-based innovations. However, learning and applying quality improvement skills is challenging for clinicians who work within a busy clinical environment. The Learn. Engage. Act. Process. (LEAP) Program is a team-level intervention, designed to empower frontline staff to implement and enhance evidence-based programs by building QI skills within the context of significant constraints on time and resources. The aim of this study was to evaluate process outcomes from a large-scale, stepped-wedge, randomized control trial of LEAP. First-year results will be presented.
The intended audience for this webinar includes anyone interested in approaches to build capability and capacity for QI among frontline clinicians and staff including researchers, managers, and practitioners.
Registration for this event is required. Archived audio and transcript will be available at the Cyberseminars Past Sessions Archive