Interdisciplinary CQI Course Syllabus
Shirley M. Moore
PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Nursing
School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University
Quality Improvement, Safety, Teamwork and Collaboration
Continuing Education, Graduate Students, New Graduates/Transition to Practice, Pre-Licensure ADN/Diploma, Pre-Licensure BSN, RN to BSN, Staff Development
Classroom, Clinical Setting
Online or Web-based Modules
This is a syllabus of a semester-long Interdisciplinary CQI course. This course has been taught levels of learners ranging from the undergraduates to practicing professionals for over ten years with great success. It is structured to be 16 weeks in length and includes class didactic go to experiences and a group field CQI project. The syllabus includes the grading schema for the course. A sample course schedule and the student course evaluation also are provided. We also have taught much of this course online.
I can provide more information on the use this syllabus to teach CQI, including more detail of what is taught in the major topic areas covered and the field experience. I am best reached at Shirley.email@example.com
Successful completion of the interdisciplinary student field team project: a. Mid-course team self-analysis (10% final grade) b. Final field report (40% final grade)
Completion of a personal improvement project (20% final grade).
Completion of final case studies (20% final grade).
Participation in course evaluation.
The field project assessment is explained in greater detail in the document: QSEN field project assessment.doc The team self-analysis is explained in greater detail in the document: QSEN field improvement project.doc)