Education and Trainings

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ENTHUSIASTS ARE LIFELONG LEARNERS

Support your professional development with NICHQ's array of on-demand and live trainings.

Learning with us means leveraging field-tested best practices and a one-of-a-kind, continuously expanding network of experts and faculty members. Educational options abound for those interested in gaining improvement knowledge, developing new skills, or learning how to apply evidence-based strategies to topics such as addressing obesity prevention. Our lessons include free videos and interactive strategy guides as well as self-paced training programs and live webinar courses.

Live Courses and Webinars are listed in our events section. Recordings of recent courses and webinars are available in our events archive.

On-Demand

Quality Improvement 101: The Fundamentals of Real Change
Quality improvement (QI) is at the heart of how NICHQ drives real change within children's and population health. In each initiative, this methodology helps participants reach specific goals, while also developing cultures of continuous improvement and innovation. Get Started >> External Link

CAN DO Playbook
An interactive guide that teaches how to apply evidence-based strategies to address obesity prevention in communities by engaging primary care, public health and community leaders. Get Started >> External Link

Obesity Prevention Advocacy Training
This course is an interactive advocacy training program that teaches healthcare professionals how to advocate for obesity prevention policies for children in their communities. Get Started >>

Strategies for Engaging Partners
In this video series, leadership expert Gwen Webber-McLeod, president and CEO of Gwen Inc., offers her advice on tips for effectively engaging extended partners. Watch now>> External Link

Strategies for Leading Effectively
In this video series, leadership expert Gwen Webber-McLeod, president and CEO of Gwen Inc., offers her advice on the leadership skills needed to effectively tackle any project. Watch now>> External Link

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