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Welcome to the Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

  • The Introductory QI Workshop will be held on February 9th 2018

    Deadline to submit an application is December 8th 2017
  • Call for Applications: US Veteran Administration Quality Scholars (VAQS) program 2017-2019

    Deadline for application submission: June 21st, 2017.
  • Quality Improvement & Patient Safety Forum 2017 will be on October 23rd, 2017!

    QIPSF 2016 was a great success! Click here to view the Breakout Presentations and Poster Abstracts from the day.
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Education

The Centre made a strategic decision to focus on capacity building through education and training in the methods of quality improvement. Equipping a cadre of individuals from a wide range of clinical settings to develop improvement projects in their own clinical settings (sometimes in partnership with experts for CQuIPS) offered the opportunity for local improvements and academic productivity.

C-QuIPS Research

Core and affiliated members engage in a broad range of research, mostly in the acute care setting, but also focused on improved care coordination and transitions across settings of care. Specific research topics include clinical informatics, medication safety, usability and human factors engineering, fatigue, handoffs between providers, innovative models for teaching the concepts and methods of quality improvement, and improving methods for identifying patient safety problems.

Upcoming Events

"The Laboratory Utilization Symposium: Collaborating to Achieve Smart Testing"

Date: Saturday, November 18th 2017
Hosted by : St Michael's Hospital
Location: Chestnut Residence & Conference Centre

C-QuIPS Quality and Safety Rounds

Date: Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Speaker: Dr. Edmund Kwok, MD FRCPC, MHA, MSc
Location: 525 University Avenue, Rm 630

Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Forum 2017

Date: Monday, Oct 23, 2017
Time:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building
Keynote Speaker(s): Dr. Bryan Sexton, Dr. Kaveh Shojania and Tara Kiran

 

Centre Publications

Wong BM, Coffey M, Nousiainen MT, Brydges R, McDonald-Blumer H, Atkinson A, Levinson W, Stroud L. Learning Through Experience: Influence of Formal and Informal Training on Medical Error Disclosure Skills in Residents. J Grad Med Educ. 2017 Feb;9(1):66-72.

Trbovich P, Shojania KG. Root-cause analysis: swatting at mosquitoes versus draining the swamp. BMJ Qual Saf. 2017 Feb 21.

Leis JA, Shojania KG. A primer on PDSA: executing plan-do-study-act cycles in practice, not just in name. BMJ Qual Saf. 2016 Dec 16.

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