Net worth of Networks: A quality improvement tale

Last modified by Logan Green on 2020/10/19 23:49

In this webinar, a story of scientific, generalizable and sustained quality improvement tale will be presented from a national network that has spread its wings to international arena and has become a landmark network for others to emulate.

Following this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Learn how to create a successful network that can accomplish higher goals
- Understand facilitators and barriers of quality improvement
- Build alliances with all involved in improving care and outcomes

The primary audience for this webinar includes:

  • Front-line service providers
  • Middle managers 
  • Senior leaders 
  • Policy makers 
  • Patient/Family partners/advocates 
  • Researchers (7).jpg Dr Prakesh Shah is a Professor in Department of Pediatrics and Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto, Canada. He holds an Applied Research Chair from CIHR in Reproductive and Child Health Services Research. Currently, he is the director of the Canadian Neonatal Network (CNN) and an International Network for Evaluation of Outcomes of Neonates (iNeo) whereby he oversees a project of benchmarking outcomes of very low birth weight neonates in eleven countries with population-based neonatal networks with a final aim of improving quality of care across 240 NICUs participating in the network. His areas of interest include Patient and Disease oriented research in neonatal-perinatal medicine, Health services and Epidemiological research in Maternal-Newborn care, Knowledge synthesis and Quality improvement. He is engaged in several policy and advocacy work with his role in executive committees and advisory board membership as local, provincial and national levels.

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Created by Logan Green on 2020/09/02 18:00