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Research Division

Family Medicine

Quality Improvement Project
HRSA Awards Title VII Funding to Implement Residency Training in Primary Care: Quality Improvement for Rural Health

The project goal is to enhance the effectiveness of training in primary care at the residency level by designing a formal Evidence-Based Quality Improvement Curriculum. The new curriculum will provide family medicine residents with clinical and didactic experiences to prepare them to utilize the QI process in their medical practices.

Professor of Family Medicine and Director of Primary Care Research Fred Tudiver, M.D., serves as Principal Investigator for this project. Dr. Tudiver also serves as Director of the International Center for Evidence-Based Medicine, which provides training for healthcare providers and educators.

If you have any questions about the Quality Improvement Project, please contact Dr. Tudiver or Ivy Click.

We hope the following links will provide you with the information that you need to understand this project and the Quality Improvement Process.

QI Process
QI Forms, Tools & Surveys
QI Resources

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