Qsource, Indiana’s Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) is pleased to announce that they will be offering free educational courses for individuals to earn the Respecting Choices® Last Steps® ACP Facilitator Certification. Respecting Choices is an internationally recognized, evidence-based model of advance care planning that creates a healthcare culture of person centered care: care that honors an individual’s goals and values for current and future healthcare.
To find more information about the Respecting Choices Last Steps Facilitator Training, please click here. Multiple training dates/locations available.
UPCOMING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY
See it, Stop It, Survite It, Celebrate it: A Team Approach
To provide education on the clinical signs and symptoms of sepsis that occur across the healthcare continuum, with a focus on coordination of pre and post-acute care. In addition resources and tools will be provided in early identification and intervention when there are signs and symptoms present. Education, techniques and resources will also be shared with participants as it pertains to finding joy in the workplace and how it can assist in the improvement of staff morale, decrease turnover and increase quality of care that patients receive. Learn more.
Rebecca Hancock, PhD, RN
Heather Kinderthain, BSW
atom Alliance Subject Matter Experts
Thursday, November 29 - Southwest Region
Friday, November 30 - Wabash Valley
Thursday, December 6 - Central Region
Friday, December 7 - South Central Region
Wednesday, December 12 - Northwest Region
Thursday, December 13 - Northest Region
QSource / atomAlliance is your Quality Improvement Organization
atom Alliance Quality Innovation Network (QIN) is a multi-state alliance for powerful change composed of three nonprofit, healthcare quality improvement consulting companies. QIN are change agents focused on three aims: better patient care, better population health, and lower health care costs through improvement. atom Alliance serves the states of Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee.
QSource's goal is to facilitate widespread, significant improvements in health quality. Atom Alliance has several initiatives that help skilled nursing facilities, for example, improve cardiac health and reduce disparities, reduce healthcare-associated infections, improve coordination of care, address behavioral health conditions, etc. Learn more.
For more information about your local QIO, contact:
Ann Hayworth, Quality Improvement Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Harvey, Quality Improvement Advisor, email@example.com
Kara Dawson, Community Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org