Quality Improvement Tool Exercises using COVID-19 Examples

06-02-2020 22:06

This resource is a compilation of materials from a student-led improvement science curriculum adapted to be delivered virtually during COVID-19 to first-year medical students in a longitudinal preclinical program. The attachments include 1) screenshots of run chart and pareto chart student exercises in the COVID-19 context; 2) a three-question project brainstorming exercise for students to explore project topics; 3) a project management excel template for students to document their Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles;4) a post-session online survey form; and 4) PowerPoint presentations for each didactic session. This resource is submitted as an accompaniment to a PRiMER rapid original research article on COVID-19 educational issues describing the implementation and outcomes of this activity.

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Author(s):Sherry Liang, MD, Linh Nhat Taylor, BS, Reem Hasan, MD, PhD
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PowerPoint Presentation - Didactic Session 1   1.46MB   1 version
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Curriculum overview; run chart didactic; Pareto chart didactic & exercise.
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PowerPoint Presentation - Didactic Session 2   2.12MB   1 version
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Review Pareto data; driver diagram didactic & exercise.
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PowerPoint Presentation - Didactic Session 3   4.63MB   1 version
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PDSA didactic; introduction to project teams
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PowerPoint Presentation - Quality Improvement Tools Review   3.29MB   1 version
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Review Pareto chart, run chart, driver diagram, fish-bone diagram, and flow chart.
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3-Question Project Brainstorming   12K   1 version
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Table to be filled out by students to brainstorm potential project topics.
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Post-Session Online Survey Question   12K   1 version
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To be completed by learners after each session.

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