Presentation on theme: "Open School I mentioned earlier that we want your involvement with the IHI Open School, and so I want to explain what that is and where it came from. The."— Presentation transcript:
1Open SchoolI mentioned earlier that we want your involvement with the IHI Open School, and so I want to explain what that is and where it came from. The IHI, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, is one of the most respected organizations in the world committed to fighting for better health care, for quality improvement, for reducing medical errors. The IHI is probably best known for campaigns like the 100,000 Lives Campaign and the 5 Million Lives Campaign that literally have saved that many patient lives by changing the practices of hospitals across the country and across the world to better embrace these quality ideas and processes. What the IHI realized is that this movement is so profoundly important that we’ve got to get health care professionals involved as early as possible. We need the next generation thinking about this, and unfortunately, the reality is that medical schools aren’t changing as fast as the health care world is.
2IHI Open School Mission “Advance health care improvement and patient safety competencies in the next generation of health professionals worldwide.”The IHI Open School launched in September Our ultimate goal is for every health professions student entering the workforce to have the necessary skills to become a change agent for quality improvement and patient safety.
4IHI Open School Courses 20 online courses developed by world-renowned experts in the following topics:Improvement CapabilityPatient SafetyPerson- and Family-Centered CareTriple Aim for PopulationsQuality, Cost, and ValueLeadershipMobile App for iPhone and iPadMore than 25 credit hours for nurses, physicians, and pharmacistsThe IHI Open School now has 19 online courses that teach the basics of quality improvement, patient safety, leadership, patient- and family-centered care, health care operations, and population health. Each course comprises 3-5 lessons that take between 1 and 2 hours to complete. Each lesson ends with some assessment questions to test the learner and help the education stick.They are completely free for students, residents, faculty, and users from the least-developed country. Upon completing of the 16 core courses, a learner receives the Certificate of Completion, which is a nice addition to any professional resume. (In fact, many students have told us that their residency interviews and job interviews turn into conversations about the importance of quality improvement to the future of health care.)Professionals can take the courses, too. The fee is $250 per year and organizations can purchase bulk subscriptions if they want to train a large number of staff.Oh, and we have an app, too!
5IHI Open School Courses Improvement CapabilityQI 101: Fundamentals of ImprovementQI 102: The Model for Improvement: Your Engine for ChangeQI 103: Measuring for ImprovementQI 104: Putting It All Together: How Quality Improvement Works in Real Health Care SettingsQI 105: The Human Side of Quality ImprovementQI 106: Level 100 ToolsPerson- and Family-Centered CarePFC 101: Dignity and RespectQuality, Cost, and ValueQCV 101: Achieving Breakthrough Quality, Access, and AffordabilityTriple Aim for PopulationsTA 101: Introduction to Population HealthPatient SafetyPS 100: Introduction to Patient SafetyPS 101: Fundamentals of Patient SafetyPS 102: Human Factors and SafetyPS 103: Teamwork and CommunicationPS 104: Root Cause and Systems AnalysisPS 105: Communicating with Patients after Adverse EventsPS 106: Introduction to the Culture of SafetyPS 201: Partnering to Heal: Teaming Up Against Healthcare-Associated InfectionsPS 202: Preventing Pressure UlcersLeadershipL 101: Becoming a Leader in Health Care
6Course Structure3-5 lessons per courseCourse objectivesPost-assessment quiz after each lessonEnd of course evaluation
7Certificate of Completion Formal recognition for participationProves commitment to employersRequires completion of 16 courses
8Course Usage More than 110,000 users have completed a course More than 16,000 users have earned the Basic CertificateMore than 190 universities report using the courses in the curriculum (65 required for graduation)445 health care organizations have purchased subscriptions to train employees
9What’s a subscription?This provides a defined number of users in an organization access to the courses for 12 months. A key contact at the organization can track the following user information:Name and titlePost-lesson assessment scoresCourses and lessons completedCourse and lesson start and completion datesRatings and comments
10IHI Open School Online Resources Improvement StoriesActivities and ExercisesPublicationsCase StudiesAudio and VideoPosterboards
12United Kingdom Chapter Congress Asir Primary Healthcare Sector of Saudi Ministry of Health – Saudi ArabiaUniversity of TorontoSouth Dakota ChapterMuhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences – Tanzania
13Community Host local and regional events 594 Chapters in 60 countriesHost local and regional eventsParticipate in educational reformLead quality improvement projectsReview online courses/content togetherLike us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDownload our App
14IHI Open School Quality Improvement Practicum Learner(s) complete required coursesLearner(s) identify faculty, health system sponsor(s) and projectLearner(s) create charter, cause and effect diagram, 2 PDSA cycles, run chart, summaryLearner(s) complete projectIHI Open School approves project & awards the Practicum Certificate of CompletionOne of our newest courses, Guide to the IHI Open School Quality Improvement Practicum, walks learners through how to set up and execute a quality improvement project. Separated into six lessons (yes, our longest course), the course asks students to submit documents at each step along the way. Learners work with faculty advisors to:Select a projectCreate a charter to guide the projectCreate cause and effect diagrams, PDSA cycles, run charts, and a summary documentAt two points in the journey – the charter and the summary – IHI improvement advisors provide feedback to learners.
15Already, we have a small bank of quality improvement projects that have made positive changes in health care:Reducing wait times – great project in Scotland!Improving hand hygiene – compliance rates are on the rise in Ohio!Improving medication processes and implement checklists to improve care.
16The IHI Open School Content Experiential Community 82,500 Students and Residents completing courses22,000 Health Professionals completing courses5,500 Student and Residents completed Basic Certificate140 universities using OS courses in curriculaExperiential59 students and residents have completed projects within the PracticumCommunity586 Chapters in 60 countries120,000 Student Registered10,000 Residents Registered11,000 Faculty and Deans Registered
18Take the IHI Open School courses Suggest improvementsGet involved with a ChapterDo a quality improvement projectSpread the word to friends, faculty, other students, and professionals interested in health care