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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Implementing a Patient Safety or Quality Improvement Project (Patient Safety V) by Johns Hopkins University

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5 reviews

About the Course

Now that you’ve carefully planned your patient safety and quality improvement project, the real work can begin. This course will introduce students to the unique challenges encountered when implementing, maintaining, and expanding a patient safety and quality initiative. Students will learn to apply lessons learned from the 4 E model and TRiP into developing specific aims for their QI project. Additionally, students will develop a plan to address the adaptive and technical challenges in their projects including whether their initiative needs to be submitted to an Institutional Review Board (IRB). Finally, students will develop plans to grow their local QI project into a system-wide project....

Top reviews

NN

May 22, 2019

Excellent. One of the things that posed a problem in heparin prophylaxis was the introduction of several brands of LMWH in the nineties and the cost.

SS

May 23, 2018

Fantastic course content and marvellous mentors. I am very grateful to both mentors and Coursera.

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By Naganathan

May 22, 2019

Excellent. One of the things that posed a problem in heparin prophylaxis was the introduction of several brands of LMWH in the nineties and the cost.

By Sandeep K

Sep 24, 2018

Good Insight !

By Scherine C

Sep 19, 2018

Very insightful course with three MCQ based assignments and one essay type assignment that helps you to delve deep in the realm of safety culture, and team management within a clinical setting. The drawbacks however is that there's a lack of activity in the forums and there's been no mentors attached to this course. This however might improve over time.

By subhash S

May 23, 2018

Fantastic course content and marvellous mentors. I am very grateful to both mentors and Coursera.