iNICQ Quality Improvement Collaboratives
offers members the opportunity to participate in multi-center quality improvement collaboratives. iNICQ, our internet-based collaborative,
allows centers to participate with others through a series of web-based conferences, while the NICQ
collaborative allows for more intensive program of virtual and in-person activities.
iNICQ 2014: Structuring Success in the Care of Infants and
Families Affected by NAS (New curriculum for 2014)
iNICQ 2014 Core is an internet-based collaborative
focused on improving the quality, safety and value of care for infants and families affected by NAS using the NAS Toolkit for improvement.
Teams will participate in five web learning sessions throughout the year, led by world-class faculty who will present the latest evidence.
Sessions will include expert evidence reviews, data, and improvement briefs from centers of excellence. All participants will have access to
NICQpedia, our learning platform, to share policies, procedures and learning tools relevant to the sessions. All sessions are recorded and
available online with on-demand access, to enhance the dissemination of knowledge to every member of the healthcare team.
The iNICQ Intensive curriculum provides an
accelerated QI series, with an emphasis on how to structure and execute your team’s quality improvement aims. In addition to the Core
curriculum, the Intensive offers four additional web sessions focused on applying quality improvement methods to get results. Additionally,
up to four members from participating centers will receive complimentary registration to attend the in-person Quality Symposium held in
conjunction with the 2014 Annual Quality Congress.
All content for 2014 is newly developed and builds upon the foundation from 2013. Current iNICQ teams are encouraged to register for iNICQ 2014.
New teams joining in 2014 will have access to all of the Webinars and materials for 2013 and 2014, and will be offered a dedicated launch
Learn about iNICQ 2013: Controversies in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Care
Learn about our past iNICQs