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HIV Care Services Training Opportunities

The Ohio Department of Health, HIV Care Services Section, is pleased to provide the following training opportunities.

On-demand eLearning: get the skills you need, when you need them!

Developing a Workplan Training Module

Developing a Project Workplan: The complete process for writing a project workplan within a team environment.

To build a strong quality management infrastructure, work-plans are a must. This training provides the content, tools and practice you need in order to fulfill the NQC Part B Quality Management Program Assessment Tool's expectations for Workplans (A3).

  • Subject: Quality improvement project management tool
  • Target Audience: Ohio RW Part B staff and sub-grantee staff
  • Social Worker continuing education units: 1

PDSA Module 1 

PDSA for Case Managers, Module 1: The preliminary steps of a PDSA
PDSA for Case Managers, Module 2: Completing a PDSA

Making quality improvement a part of every case manager's practice. This online training takes the Ryan White Case Manager through the Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) process.  PDSA is a tool for testing ideas for change. 

  • Subject: Quality improvement process
  • Target Audience: Ohio RW Part B staff and sub-grantee staff
  • Social Worker continuing education units: 1 per module
 Ohio Talks HIV Training Module Ohio Talks HIV online training, Module 1: Becoming an HIV Care Messenger
Ohio Talks HIV online training, Module 2: Becoming an HIV Care Messenger

Do you work with the public? Would you like to be more informed about HIV and available HIV resources? Would you like to know where to refer people for HIV information, testing, or resources? Then this training is for you.

  • Subject: HIV 101 and making referrals
  • Target Audience: Public
  • Social Worker continuing education units: 2 for both modules

Force Field Analysis
Micro-Training (5 minutes or less)

Force Field Analysis: Examining the forces that enhance or inhibit change.

Improve your ability to make successful changes. Learn how to identify and weigh the forces for and against your proposed change.

  • Subject: Quality improvement change analysis tool
  • Target Audience: RW Part B staff, sub-grantee staff, and public
  • Social Worker continuing education units: N/A

     

  • 5 Why's Root Cause Analysis
    Micro-Training (5 minutes or less)

    5 Why Analysis: A quick and effective cause analysis tool

    Get to the root of the problem with this simple technique. Once you've identified a cause, you can better develop a workable solution.

  • Subject: Quality improvement cause analysis tool
  • Target Audience: RW Part B staff, sub-grantee staff, and public
  • Social Worker continuing education units: N/A

     

  •  Impact Matrix
    Micro-Training (5 minutes or less)

    Impact Analysis (PICK chart): Choosing priorities has never been this simple.

    Learn how to prioritize projects and ideas based on factors that are most important to you.

  • Subject: Quality improvement prioritization analysis tool
  • Target Audience: RW Part B staff, sub-grantee staff, and public
  • Social Worker continuing education units: N/A

     

  •  On-demand job aids: get just the information you need, when you need it!

     QM Plan Designing a Quality Management Plan

    This job aid provides definitions, tips, examples and additional resources for Quality Improvement staff designing their annual QM Plan.

  • Subject: Quality management plan
  • Target Audience: RW Part B sub-grantee quality improvement staff
  • Social Worker continuing education units: N/A
  •  Program Logic Model Creating a Program Logic Model

    Program logic models are an invaluable tool for visually illustrating how your activities will result in desired patient outcomes. This job aid shows you how to build a logic model from your initial problem statement to your anticipated long-term impact.

  • Subject: Program logic models for quality improvement program
  • Target Audience: RW Part B sub-grantee staff, and innovation-grant applicants
  • Social Worker continuing education units: N/A
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    Page Updated: 08/25/2017