Webinar session types include: Journal Club, Case Conference, Evidence-Based Guideline Review, Grand Rounds, or Quality Improvement.
|1||Journal Club||One or more relevant to pediatric urgent care practice from the last month summarized and reviewed. Articles will be evaluated for methods and generalizability to pediatric urgent care. A brief section on practice change will also be included for each article. Journals included in this screening include: JAMA, NEJM, PEDS, JAMA PEDS, and ACADEMIC PED, Journal of PEM.|
|2||Case Conference||This is a review of 1-3 patient cases taken from the provider-patient encounters pediatric urgent care. Each patient case will be presented with a thorough review of current relevant literature. Each patient case will also address the following variables: 1) patient safety 2) system safety 3) System Efficiency 4) Potential Quality Improvement Intervention|
|3||Evidence-based Guideline Review||A guideline on a specific clinical condition will be reviewed. At the meeting each guideline will be evaluated for relevance, validity, and application potential. There will be a strong focus on understanding meaningful practice variation, key performance indicators, measurable outcomes, and change management strategies.|
|4||Pediatric Urgent Care Grand Rounds||Pediatric urgent care groups from around the country will be invited to participate in lecture on relevant topic to pediatric urgent care by a content expert.|
|5||Quality Improvement||The participants will discuss quality improvement interventions in the urgent care setting. Participants will review: 1) What are we trying to accomplish? 2) How will we know that change is an improvement? 3) What change can we make that will result in an improvement? 4) Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle results. Quality Improvement projects will be judged successful when changes are measurable, sustainable and transparently communicated.|
The more webinar participation we get from around the country the richer the webinar content will be for
all participants! If you have an interest in hosting a webinar or have a topic suggestion,
please email Amy Romashko or the SPUC office.