The Langston Quality Scholars Program was developed in collaboration with the VCU Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care, the Department of Health Administration in the VCU School of Allied Health Professions, the VCU School of Nursing, and the Department of Quality and Improvement at VCU Health.
Experiential Learning Program
This 10-month program taught by interprofessional faculty offers teams of two to three clinicians training in health care organization, leadership and quality improvement, while providing the opportunity to solve quality and safety problems identified in their clinical settings.
Participants will meet for monthly seminars on Fridays for a total of 35 hours (2-7 hours/seminar), as well as complete online modules and readings on organization, leadership and performance improvement. A quality improvement coach meets with each team every other week for one to two hours to assist in problem solving.
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Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credit for engagement in quality improvement work will be offered to physicians through VCU Health CME, which is now a member of the American Board of Medical Specialties Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program. Physicians board certified by one of the 21 of 24 ABMS member boards participating in the portfolio program are eligible. Applications for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are in process with various provider organizations. Please contact the Langston Center for more information.