Achieving Competency Today
|Achieving Competency Today (ACT): Issues in Quality, Cost, Systems and Safety|
|The ACT course is a graduate-level interdisciplinary curriculum for systems based practice and practice based learning and improvement. Interprofessional teams work collaboratively to design and test solutions to identified challenges in healthcare delivery through an improvement project.|
|Resident and attending physicians, fellows, advanced practice clinicians, quality professionals, medical students, pharmacists, nurses, allied health professionals, and other interested learners.||Didactic, facilitated class discussion, multimedia, e-learning, small group activities, and application of key concepts and tools.|
|Completion of assigned IHI Open School lessons in QI, PS and Leadership. Completion of a rapid cycle test of an improvement project plan with assigned ACT team.||Bachelor’s degree.|
|For information about education credits contact the Administrative Coordinator.||38.5 hours over 12 weekly sessions.|
|Fall 2022: Sept 7 to Nov 30, 2022
Winter 2023: Jan 18 to April 12, 2023
|Apply on the ACT Course Application form. Offered twice per year; Fall, Winter.|
|No charge for ChristianaCare employees, Medical-Dental staff and credentialed providers.||Claire Rudolph, Administrative Coordinator, 302-733-1237.
Loretta Consiglio-Ward, Program Manager, 302-733-5943.
John H. Ammon Medical Education Center
2nd Floor, Suite 2E65A
4755 Ogletown-Stanton Road
Newark, DE 19718 directions