Date & Time
Monday, July 22, 2024, 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
340 Redesigning Quality Indicators to Improve Treatment Outcomes and Job Satisfaction

This presentation will address the importance - and challenges - of developing effective, responsive quality indicators to assess the efficacy of trauma interventions in women to reduce recidivism and overall health inequalities. When successful, quality indicators also provide a way to improve staff burnout, depression, and PTSD. Attendees will learn how small quality improvement steps can rejuvenate staff, support recovery, and improve long-term quality.

Educational Objectives

  • Discuss the link between quality indicators, service provision, client recovery, and reduction of staff burnout
  • Identify key steps in creating correctional health care quality indicators, including client voice and choice
  • Analyze positive outcomes for clients and facility staff when quality indicators are used

Level: Intermediate