Using a new and innovative platform, pediatricians will have the opportunity to participate in an online quality improvement project using QIDA (Quality Improvement Data Aggregator), making it possible for you to complete a project at a pace that fits your busy schedule!
An overview of the injuries addressed in this program, the development of the Injury Prevention Learning Collaborative, and how you can become involved is available in a 30 minute video from Medical Director Dr. Mike Gittelman, available by clicking here.
Check out the project’s One-Pager for additional information, including a brief testimonial from a past participant!
What Is In It For You?
The Injury Prevention/Safe Sleep Learning Collaborative is offered online for interested healthcare providers. Participating practitioners will receive:
- Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part IV credit for up to 21 medical specialties participating as part of the American Board of Medical Specialties (including 25 points by the American Board of Pediatrics and 20 points by the American Board of Family Medicine)
- 10 points of American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) MOC Part II Self-Assessment
- One hour of Continuing Medical Education credits
- Screening tools to assess risky behaviors in children from birth to 4 months, and 6 to 12 months, along with easy to use scoring sheets and recommended talking points
- Networking opportunities with other healthcare providers interested in Injury Prevention and Safe Sleep topics
- Resources for identifying community specific injury prevention information to provide to families
What Are Your Requirements to Participate?
- Register with the AAP’s Quality Improvement Data Aggregator (QIDA) System for participation in the Ohio AAP’s Injury Prevention/Safe Sleep Collaborative (QIDA is the secure, web-based system that collects, collates and reports quality improvement data, as well as functions as the project workspace and message board throughout the collaborative)
- Participants login using their AAP ID and password; if a participant does not have an AAP ID, one will be provided at no cost
- Complete eight short online modules with post-tests related to injury prevention and quality improvement topics
- Collect and submit baseline data (30 charts)to understand current screening and assessment
- Collect and submit three cycles of data (10 charts per cycle)
- Complete a PDSA Ramp (with a minimum of three PDSA Cycles)