QI Academy Curriculum
The Quality Improvement Academy Curriculum is Changing
The NSW Health Safety and Quality curriculum and capability development pathways are due for launch in 2021.
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The Clinical Excellence Commission's Quality Improvement Academy was established in January 2016 to provide Quality Improvement education and tools for staff in healthcare who want to improve the safety and quality of healthcare.
The objectives of the Academy include building capacity and capability for improvement science across NSW healthcare organisations; and providing training and education with an emphasis on patient safety, clinical quality and clinical leadership.
Education is provided through a number of mediums, including:
Key Subject Areas
|Clinical Practice Improvement||Root Cause Analysis|
|Human Factors||Introduction to measurement|
|Clinical Leadership||Improvement Science using a Driver Diagram|
|Medication Safety||Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) prevention|
|End of life care||Between the Flags|
|Advanced measurement & variation||Antimicrobial Audit training|
Quality Improvement Academy Prospectus
A prospectus offers options, including:
- State-wide training – including face to face, webinars and training programs
- Commissioning the Clinical Excellence Commission to facilitate, locally, tailored training with the support of local experts
- Resources including on demand live and recorded webex and webinars.