The curriculum is designed to include formal and experiential learning, as well as dedicated coaching and mentorship.
Fellows will be immersed in a formal curriculum that includes:
- Achieving Competency Today (ACT): Issues in Health Care Quality, Cost, Systems, and Safety (if not previously completed).
- Advanced Quality, Safety, and Improvement Science Program and/or Lean Six Sigma training.
- IHI modules in quality, safety, and/or faculty development (learning plan adapted to fellow’s needs).
- Select readings and CME.
There will be a structured experiential curriculum that includes:
- Longitudinal QI project in fellow’s area of clinical practice.
- Experience with safety event review.
- ACT course facilitation (if ACT course previously completed).
- Informatics exposure via committee involvement or dedicated project work.
- Mini-projects aligned to fellow’s interests and ChristianaCare organizational priorities.
Coaching and mentorship is embedded in various aspects of the program including:
- Structured facilitator coaching for ACT course.
- One-on-one HBDI thinking preference assessment and coaching.
- Executive mentorship from the CMO in your clinica area.
- Mentorship through service line or area’s of fellow’s interest.
For more information, email Dr. Robert Dressler or Dr. Marina Zeltser.