Using Quality Improvement for Refining Program Materials for Exercise
Earn CPHQ Continuing Education credit through your subscription to the Journal for Healthcare Quality (JHQ). Read the JHQ CE article, “Using Quality Improvement for Refining Program Materials for Exercise Promotion in Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Care,” score at least an 80% on the post-test, and complete an evaluation. A copy of the JHQ article is included.
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1. Identify the three potential outcomes for testing a change idea through PDSA.
2. Describe how a health care provider (HCP) would use the quick screening tool to recommend Model 1, Model 2, or Model 3.
3. Describe the purpose of a PDSA ramp for testing change ideas
4. Describe the use of PDSA in the current study.
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