Strategies for supporting home visitors with data collection (2015)

A TEI presentation sharing multiple strategies for supporting home visitors in their data collection efforts. Presentation includes an introduction to the Tribal MIECHV data collection toolkit and the Roadmap for Collaborative and Effective Evaluation in Tribal Communities.

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Building processes for conducting and managing data collection (2015)

A TEI presentation reviewing various issues related to data collection, data monitoring and data quality.

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Putting your data to work

A TEI presentation to support your team in its efforts to use your data.

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Sharing your CQI Story

A TEI PowerPoint Presentation to support you and your team in sharing your CQI story.

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Building Capacity to for Data-Driven Quality Improvement

A TEI PowerPoint Presentation to support you in using data in your quality improvement efforts.

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What Is Continuous Quality Improvement?

A video presentation defines continuous quality improvement, describes what it can do for you, explains the difference between quality assurance and quality improvement, shares guiding principles and questions, and introduces the Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle.

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Our Capacity-Building Approach

A diagram details TEI's capacity-building approach showing the relationship between TEI's technical assistance specialists and their tribal grantees.

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Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA)

Plan-Do-Study-Act is an iterative, four-stage problem-solving model used for improving a process or carrying out change. This article contains a diagram of the four steps in the model along with details about each phase of the process.

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Frequently Asked Questions: Beginning CQI

We answer questions covering topics such as starting CQI, getting program buy-in, fiting CQI into a busy schedule, and making adjustments when CQI results don't meet your expectations.

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Building CQI Capacity To Improve Tribal Home Visiting

James Bell Associates has partnered with the Michigan Public Health Institute and Zero to Three to support and provide expertise to Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees on CQI. Grantees attend a 3-day intensive regional workshop for a hands-on introduction to CQI and the PDSA approach. Grantee teams begin a CQI project.

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