QI SAVES LIVES!
Mothers and newborns depend on quality improvement (QI) leaders to implement safety bundles and other evidence-based care practices. However, leading and implementing QI initiatives can be challenging.
PQI has developed the following solutions to address four common challenges QI leaders encounter.
Challenge 1: Collaborating with other perinatal Quality Improvement (QI) leaders
The Perinatal QI Project Maps are a NEW and INNOVATIVE way for QI leaders throughout the world to communicate and collaborate with each other. Be one of the first perinatal QI Leaders to put a project (or two) on the Institute for Perinatal Quality Improvement (PQI) QI Project Maps.
Individual Health Professionals (RNs, MDs, Midwives, and other Health Professionals) and Premium Facility subscribers have full search capability, plus additional benefits. Basic Subscribers (FREE) have limited search capabilities.
Challenge 2: Keeping staff engaged in QI Projects The PQI Action Briefs are designed to help keep staff engaged, save time, and help identify perinatal quality and safety blind spots in facilities where women give birth. Each Action Brief includes a Case Study (in a Power Point slide set that can be customized), discussion notes for the facilitator and an Action Template.
Sign-Up as an Individual Health Professional or as a Premium Facility subscriber to receive two Action Briefs per year (one maternal and one neonatal) and receive an invitation to attend the Action Brief webinars and links to the recorded webinars.
Challenge 3: Keeping up-to-date on QI methods that really work
Sign-up as an Individual Health Professional, Premium Facility or Basic (Free) subscriber to receive PQI Updates. Check out our blog posts and subscribe to the PQI Blog. Visit our website regularly to get access to the free QI Tools we publish.
Challenge 4: Knowing how to lead a QI effort
Whether you are an expert at QI or a novice – you do not have to be alone on your journey to improve perinatal outcomes. Consult with PQI experts. Host a PQI Implementing Perinatal Quality Improvement conference.
Sign-Up to join us in our efforts to ELIMINATE preventable perinatal injuries and deaths.