CQII Training of Quality Leaders Program
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Grantees face challenges in leading quality management activities programs including unfamiliarity with quality improvement concepts, staff resistance to engage them in quality improvement projects, and lack of team facilitation skills. The Training of Quality Leaders (TQL) Program aims to build the individual capacity of quality managers and those who direct quality management programs to effectively lead and facilitate quality improvement activities. The TQL Program provides participating grantees the ability to enhance their own expertise in quality management. They will also acquire the skills needed to work as facilitators to guide the development of sound quality management programs and/or quality improvement projects with impact on patient health outcomes, and group facilitation skills to better address team dynamics.
The benefits of successful TQL Program completion include:
- Increased confidence and mastery in facilitating quality improvement teams and in effectively managing quality improvement-related meetings in HIV care environments
- Identification of leadership behaviors to lead an effective QM program and better understand their implications to lead quality improvement activities
- Exposure to quality improvement experts with practical knowledge and experience and to a network of peers with hands-on experiences
- Clear understanding of TQL Program expectations and planning of post-TQL action steps
Click here to access the facilitator's guide and slide set
Kevin Garrett, MSW
HRSA Ryan White HIV/AIDS
Center for Quality Improvement & Innovation