Quality Monitoring & Improvement for the Social Services
Course Number: 64600
This course has three primary foci. 1) How to help social service agencies monitor their programs for quality. 2) How to help social service agencies improve services when quality problems are recognized. 3) How to develop organizational cultures that support the delivery of quality social services. It helps prepare clinicians for participating in quality monitoring and improvement in social service agencies. It helps social administration students prepare for the role of a quality manager (Director of Quality, Quality Improvement, etc). The course primarily draws from the quality sciences and applies this work to the social service context, often using the student's field placement as the context for learning.
Clinical Concentration: All Clinical Classes
Social Administration: All Courses
Advanced Research Methods Courses
Social Administration: Management Courses
Professors and Lecturers Who Teach This Course
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