Physician Engagement in Quality & Safety
IHQI helps physicians gain a solid foundation in quality improvement through this one-day course that highlights the safety and quality challenges facing healthcare and physicians’ role as leaders in improvement work. The course emphasizes involving patients and families in quality and safety.
- Introduction to QI methods (including Lean, Six Sigma and the Model for Improvement)
- Leadership roles in QI and how to participate in and contribute to QI at UNC
- Disclosure of adverse events, patient safety and peer support
- Involving patients and families in quality and safety
PEQS is being offered virtually for the 2022-2023 academic year. We hope to return to an in-person setting at a later date.
|Fri, Aug 19, 2022||Fri, Sept 16, 2022||Wed, Nov 2, 2022||Fri, Jan 6, 2023|
|Wed, Feb 22, 2023||Wed, Apr 19, 2023||Tues, May 16, 2023||Wed, Jun 21, 2023|
Register via LMS (enter “UNCHIHQIPEQS” in the Learning Activities search box).
|Jenny Boyd, MD – Pediatric Critical Care||Casey Olm-Shipman, MD – Neurology and Neurosurgery|
|Bhisham Chera, MD – Radiation/Oncology||Joey Powell – Executive Director, Me Fine Foundation|
|Trevor Hackman, MD – Otolaryngology||Shana Ratner, MD – General Internal Medicine|
|Benny Joyner, MD – Pediatrics||Will Stoudemire, MD – Pediatrics|
|Cristie Dangerfield – Patient Safety Officer, UNC Medical Center||Ashley Sutton, MD – Pediatrics|
|Christine McKenzie, MD – Anesthesiology and Obstetrics and Gynecology||Lavinia Kolarczyk, MD, FASA – Anesthesiology|
|Clare Mock, MD – Medicine||Katie Westreich, MD – Pediatric Nephrology|
|Carlton Moore, MD, MS – Medicine||Stephenie Fenton-Wilhelm, JD – Vice President, Risk Management|
|Patience Leino, Senior Administrator of Quality & Education, American Board of Pediatrics||Carl Seashore, MD – Pediatrics|
“After many years of GME experience, I was fortunate enough to recently participate in the UNC PEQS program. I feel that I can best serve our residents/fellows when I am in the know about things. For the last few years, since coming to North Carolina, I have seen residents schedule and attend PEQS. I could not answer the many questions they asked me about the program and their need to attend. I honestly didn’t know what to expect from the course going into it and I was a bit apprehensive about being non-clinical. However, now that I have been able to see first-hand the great resources, speakers, and rich discussions regarding quality improvement, patient safety, and continued professional & personal development, I highly recommend this course to other coordinators!” A Medical Residency Program Coordinator