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Assessing Quality Improvement Team PRocesses: A Meeting Observation and Assessment Tool

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Emily Sedlock and Colleagues discuss their current research at the SciTS 2018 Conference. Their research revolved around creating and piloting a test to assess the effectiveness of quality improvement team meetings. MOAT was used to track the frequency and efficacy of skills/tools taught by facilitating change, meeting facilitation training and RPI quality improvement training, basic teamwork behaviors, and patient/family engagement and contributions to quality improvement teams. In conclusion, the results were promising but the researchers found that MOAT needs more testing on additional QI teams

Emily Sedlock, MPH, University of Texas - Memorial Hermann Center for Healthcare Quality and Safety

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Online at: https://sts.memberclicks.net/assets/2018_SciTS_docs/Presentations/Sedlock_MOAT%20presentation%20v5%205.21.pdf

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English

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Paper

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MOAT, quality improvement teams, team science

Addresses these goal(s):

  • Learn about the field of team science: history, theory and concepts
  • Establish or maintain effective team science endeavors
  • Enhance team performance, interactions, and attitudes
  • Provide institutional support for team science
  • Provide training for team science to team members or students
  • Conduct research on/evaluate team science
  • Engage community partners in your scientific team

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Resource created by Jamie Fleishman on 6/25/2018 3:21:36 PM.

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