548/748 Quality Science in Health Services and Academic Practice
Credit hours: 3 per Quarter
Cluster: Nurse Education, None
Course Level: Masters Intermediate
Course Type: Masters
Course Open to: all
Institution:Oregon Health and Science University
Pre-requisites: See course catalog.
Course Description: Quality science has a theoretical and practice foundation that will be the focus of this course. An introduction to key organizational functions that enhance clinical care and how they are constructed, measured and improved will be emphasized, along with tools that can be used to deconstruct and reconstruct both health services and academic processes. The use of valid and reliable metrics will be introduced, such that variation can be examined and minimized to produce effective and efficient client outcomes. The impact of designing care delivery systems that build capacity and the issues with sustaining capacity will be explored.
Method of Instruction: asynchronous
Delivery Platform: Sakai
Campus visits required: 0
Course Contact: Kate Wildeck
Tuition: $550 per quarter hour
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Available Seats by Semester for this course:
Credits: 3 / Quarter