Presenter: Dr. Noah Ivers
• Participants will be able to describe Audit and Feedback in their own words.
• Participants will be able to summarize the effect of Audit and Feedback on
improving quality of care.
• Participants will be able to identify strategies to optimize Audit and Feedback.
Dr. Noah Ivers is a scientist at Women’s College Research Institute and a family
physician at Women’s College Hospital. He is also an adjunct scientist at the Institute
for Clinical Evaluative Studies. His research is focused on systematically developing
and evaluating initiatives that aim to improve quality in primary care. He uses
principles from clinical epidemiology and health services research to conduct
pragmatic evaluations of complex interventions. He focuses on use of data to drive
healthcare decisions through initiatives such as performance feedback to health
professionals as well as tailored reminders to patients to enable both evidence based
and patient centred care.
For more information, and to register, please email Meghan Storey (StoreyM@smh.ca) by Wednesday, September 13 at 10:00 AM MT.
This webinar is part of the KT Canada National Seminar Series, and is presented in conjunction with the Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Knowledge Translation Platform.