Using Learning Collaboratives to Improve Public Health Emergency Preparedness Systems

Michael A. Stoto, Harold Cox, Melissa Higdon, Kerry Dunnell & Donald Goldmann
The U.S. National Health Security Strategy calls for the development and wide-spread implementation of quality improvement (QI) tools in public health emergency preparedness (PHEP), including the development of “learning collaboratives,” a structured way for organizations with common interests to close the gap between potential and practice by learning from each other. To test this approach, we developed and assessed separate learning collaboratives focused on PHEP emergency communications and on the use of Medical Reserve Corps...
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