The formal application process for the 2017 QI fellowship cohort has ended, however, you are welcome to audit the QI fellowship to gain valuable QI insights from HRET and Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) faculty.
Please email HIIN@aha.org to learn more about auditing the 2017 cohort or reserving your spot in the 2018 fellowship cohort.
Foundations for Change
This fellowship is tailored to those who are new to quality improvement. Throughout the fellowship, we will discuss tools like aim statements, driver diagrams and run charts. You will learn to develop and sustain momentum, mitigate common improvement pitfalls and recruit and inspire others to join in your efforts!
This fellowship is personalized for those who are looking to assess whether their quality improvement efforts are set up for success. You will learn to utilize data to identify, drive and sustain performance improvement, plan for spread and scale and diminish common improvement difficulties. Lastly, this fellowship will explore reliability and sustainability and how it relates to quality work.
By watching this recording, you can learn more about this program and how to sign up for the fellowship!
The QI fellowship is a professional learning environment that is completely free of charge to those who chose to participate. It is a network of clinicians and quality improvement workers who strive to continually make health care better and safer for all patients. The fellowship includes virtual education events and webinars, office hours, a QI project, and access to IHI’s Open School.Back to Top
We will be providing the opportunity to join either the Foundations for Change fellowship track, or the Accelerating Improvement fellowship track.
|Foundations for Change Fellowship|| Accelerating Improvement Fellowship
Tailored to those who are new to quality improvement:
Fellows will learn how to:
Being a fellow means being a healthcare quality improvement champion! It is a year-long commitment that includes creating and implementing a QI project, collaborating with peers and mentors, and attending and actively participating in webinars and other virtual events.Back to Top