The Adolescent and Young Adult Health Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network or “CoIIN” held its second CoIIN Summit on May 9-10, 2017 for Cohort 2 states: Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Washington, and Wyoming.
The Center is pleased to share presentations given by our staff and guest speakers at the second CoIIN Summit.
- AYAH-NRC Project Director, Dr. Charles E. Irwin, gave 4 presentations on: 1.) Center Introduction and Overview; 2.) Developmentally Appropriate Youth-Centered and Family-Engaged Care; 3.) Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents: What’s New in the 4th Edition?; and 4.) Improving Adolescent & Young Adult Clinical Practice: Reviewing Guidelines & Evidence Base.
- AYAH-NRC Co-Project Director, Kristin Teipel, and additional staff and partners presented on Strengthening Systems and Partners.
- AYAH-NRC staff presented on what we know about: improving access and utilization of the well visit; promoting the value of the well visit; and an overview of QI/PDSA cycles.
- Erin Hemlin, National Training Director from Young Invincibles, and AYAH-NRC staff presented on a host of topics surrounding National Strategy 1: Improving Access & Utilization.
- AYAH-NRC Cohort 1 representatives from New Mexico and Iowa presented on strategies they employed to improve access & utilization of the well visit.
- AYAH-NRC Quality Improvement Coach, Rachel Wallace-Brodeur, presented on the Improving Adolescent and Young Adult: Clinical Practice: A Quality Improvement Process.
- AYAH-NRC Co-Project Director, Dr. Claire Brindis, presented on Addressing Systems-Level Policies and Practices to Improve AYAH Practice.