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Impact of Staff Learning and Coach Teaching Styles in Quality Improvement
Coaching is a key component of quality improvement collaboratives. Understanding coach effectiveness and how the “teacher-student” relationship supports knowledge acquisition is a missing element in quality improvement research. In this study, we adapted scales developed and validated in educational settings and used the revised scales to individual learning and teaching styles in a quality improvement collaborative. The mixed methods study has three specific aims:
Specific Aim 1: What is the learning and teaching styles typology in a quality improvement collaborative?
Specific Aim 2: How do coaches and staff with a range of teaching and learning styles assess their teaching/learning experience within a quality improvement initiative?
Specific Aim 3: How do levels of convergence and divergence between staff learning style and coach teaching style influence the outcomes in a quality improvement collaborative?
Project Duration: 06/01/13 – 05/31/16
Principal Investigator: James H. Ford II
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Ford JH 2nd and Robinson J. Teaching and Learning Styles in Quality Improvement: Identification and Impact on Process Outcomes. Addiction Health Services Research, October 15-17, 2014. Boston, MA.
Last Updated: May 18, 2016
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