Pediatric Residency QI

The UNC Pediatric Residency Quality Improvement (QI) Program was designed to help prepare pediatricians to address quality of care issues during their training and career. The program is aligned with the Pediatric Residency Review Committee requirement that all residents learn QI methods and participate in a QI project during their residency. In 2009-10, 17 senior residents were trained in quality improvement methods and showed marked increases in their confidence in leading QI projects and applying these methods in their work.

2009-10 Pre-Post-Assessment Results



Kyrie Shomaker's Feb 2009 Presentation on PDSA Cycles
Greg Randolph's Nov 2008 Presentation on Quality Improvement Methods


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