Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) is quickly gaining the time and attention it has deserved in all programs in Human Services. Organizations are finding a strong CQI system can inform program development and improvement, contract deliverables, workforce development, and most importantly guide improved outcomes for children, families and vulnerable populations served by Human Services.
California Counties are in various stages of implementing a CQI system, from exploring to fully utilizing CQI to support decisions, program development and improvement. In an effort to increase sharing and provide a forum for collaborative learning throughout California, the Center for Human Services at UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education invites human services leaders to attend the 2019 Continuous Quality Improvement Leadership Summit.
Who Should Attend
This Summit is intended for leaders from all programs in human services, including county directors, self-sufficiency, tribal TANF, child welfare, adult services, child support, as well as any other leaders and staff who are actively supporting a county's CQI system.