Quality Improvement Seminar

How do you create a culture of continuous improvement, and how do you deploy the right information for the right purpose—not just for accreditation and accountability? Continuous improvement requires strong leadership for an evidence-based change culture.

Designed for individuals working with accreditation or other quality assurance processes, the Quality Improvement Seminar brings an improvement science lens to the use of data and to leading and building a culture of change through continuous improvement. Interact with your peers and expert facilitators as you explore ways to support change though collaborative processes.

During this 2-day seminar, you will learn about:

  • Features of a good quality assurance system
  • The core concepts of improvement science
  • The importance of focusing on the right data
  • Leading a culture of continuous improvement
  • Understanding the change process
  • Process mapping
  • Connecting your continuous improvement work with your self-study and annual report

Leave with practical ideas to support and sustain your program's continuous improvement process.

Note: This seminar covers much of the same material as the workshops Using Data to Sustain Improvement and Quality Implementation.

Quality Improvement Faculty

Linda McKee
Chief Operations Officer, AAQEP

Debbie Rickey
Quality Assurance Consultant, AAQEP
(and former associate dean at Grand Canyon University)