Emily Sedlock and Colleagues discuss their current research at the SciTS 2018 Conference. Their research revolved around creating and piloting a test to assess the effectiveness of quality improvement team meetings. MOAT was used to track the frequency and efficacy of skills/tools taught by facilitating change, meeting facilitation training and RPI quality improvement training, basic teamwork behaviors, and patient/family engagement and contributions to quality improvement teams. In conclusion, the results were promising but the researchers found that MOAT needs more testing on additional QI teams
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Online at: https://sts.memberclicks.net/assets/2018_SciTS_docs/Presentations/Sedlock_MOAT%20presentation%20v5%205.21.pdf
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