1) Registration links for upcoming webinars will appear in the initiative weekly email and will be available online on your initiative page at

2) Clicking the link will take you to the registration page - please fill out the page completely (using your own information) and click the register button.




3) If you have successfully registered you will receive an email confirming your registration along with useful instructions for accessing and participating in the webinar.




4) On the day and a few minutes BEFORE the time of the webinar click the link to join the webinar




5) Note that you have a CHOICE of audio options.




6) If your computer has a SPEAKER and a MICROPHONE the easiest option is to use your computers audio.  If you do not have a speaker and/or microphone on your computer you will need to call in using the information provided.  


call in


7) Once you’ve joined the webinar you will see two screens - a control panel and a viewer.  




8) The viewer will display the content for the webinar and prior to the webinar starting will again provide the call-in number for the webinar if you are not using your computer audio as well as the audio pin for the webinar.  If you are using your phone you MUST enter the audio pin to participate.




9) From the control panel you can


  • change audio settings




  • view/download the handout(s) for the webinar




  • send questions or comments to presenter(s)




  • raise your hand to alert the organizers you wish to speak




10) If you click on the orange arrow - 




 - you will make the panel small




11) Click on the orange arrow again to restore it to a useful size


orange rebig


What if you are a presenter?


12) The organizer will make you a presenter and you will see the following screen


webinar presenter 1



13) Click on "Not Yet"


not yet


14) You are now the presenter, but are not yet sharing your screen


not yet sharing


15) Everyone else sees only the title screen


title screen



16) When the material you  are presenting is open and ready click on “Show”




17) Everyone will now see their own control panel and your presentation




18) When you have completed your presentation the organizer will take back presentation mode or passing it on to someone else and you will once again be a participant and no longer be sharing your screen


All team members listed on your roster should complete the Patient / Family Post Meeting Feedback survey once per month for the duration of the initiative. If there are other members participating as part of your PQIT, who are not listed on your roster, please update your roster and ask them to complete the survey as well.

View the form

Enter your results

For those of you requiring IRB approval click here.

Initiative Data: The official start date for initiative data is February 01 2014.  Any patient admitted on Feb 1st is eligible for the CMOP database.  

C-MOP Data Dictionary

C-MOP Data Collection Tool

Accessing Reports

PDSA Worksheet

Data Submission Due Dates: Please have all initiative data submitted by the 10th of every month for the previous month i.e. all January data should be submitted by February 10th. 

Attention Data Collectors:  Instructions on how to obtain access to Delphi to submit data.

Roster Changes: Please make sure to send me any changes in your team roster.  We would like to be able to provide all team members with the latest information about the initiative and we can only do that with your help.

Webinars: Monthly webinars will be held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:00pm beginning Tuesday February 11th.  Please go ahead and reserve these dates on your calendars.  Your team will need to schedule at least monthly meetings to review data, make plans for PDSA cycles, and plan for next steps.  Please set up times to meet with your Executive Champions to update them on your progress and to ask for their help to meet your goals. PQCNC would suggest you meet with them every other month but no less than every quarter.

Preeclampsia is a life-threatening disorder of pregnancy related to high blood pressure in the second and third trimesters. Every expecting mother should know the signs and symptoms and report to their health care provider should they experience any of these 7 common symptoms. More information available at


Conservative Management of Preeclampsia LS2 / Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome  LS2/ Patient Family Engagement 2 Kickoff

May 8, 2014
McKimmon Center
Raleigh, NC
9:00 - 3:30 

Learning Session 2




Alan Stiles


PQCNC CMOP/NAS/PFE LS2 Stiles by kcochran


Arthur Ollendorf




Robin Raynor


PQCNC CMOP/NAS/PFE2 LS2 Education Implementation Utilizing a System-wide Approach

EPIC Data Discussion Group

EPIC Discussion Group


Tara Bristol


PQCNC PFE2 Kickoff


A series of 8 online self-paced modules designed to help bring teams up to speed on basic principles of quality improvement work.  Topics covered include Assembling the Team, Patients and Families as Partners, Communicating the Work, Understanding the Problem, PDSAs, Data Collection, Understanding the Data, and Sustaining the Gains. 

Although initially these modules will only be available for teams who will be participating in the next round of initiatives, we anticipate (after feedback and further testing from our teams) making these modules available to any interested team. If you'd like to be updated when that happens use the 'Contact' link on the home page to let us know.

If you are currently participating in one of our intiatives and need to complete the module to meet facility team prerequisites click here.

1) Once your registration is processed you will receive 2 emails from the Sakai site where the course is located.  Clicking on the 'long' link you get in the emails will take you here:

Join Sakai

where you can create your account

2) After you create your account and log in you will be in your 'workspace' where you can access the course(s) you are intending to participate in - in this case PQCNC


3) You may also be presented with a tutorial - do take the opportunity to click through the tutorial to help familiarize yourself with the site


4) Clicking on 'PQCNC' (see #2 above) will take you to the PQIT-UP main page

PQIT-UP site

5) Clicking on 'Modules' on the left-hand menu will display the list of modules and you can begin

module home

6) Module navigation avaiable at the top

module view

7) When you have completed an module you may click on "Test & Quizzes" to complete an assessment of what you've learned.

Tests & Quizzes

8) Completing all the asesssments is required for completion of the course....