MSc, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety-IHPME, University of Toronto

July 11, 2014

The University of Toronto’s Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation offers a concentration in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in its MSc Program in collaboration with the Centre for Patient Safety. This graduate research degree prepares you to create and apply evidence in this emerging field—and to lead sustainable quality improvement within organizations and across the health care system.

This one-year research degree provides a strong foundation in:

  • improvement science theory and research methods
  • measurement methods and tools
  • best practices in implementing quality improvement and patient safety
  • systems thinking
  • theory and tools for leading change.

 Earn your degree while working

The MSc (QIPS) is designed for high performing administrators, physicians and health professionals. Our modular format allows you to earn your degree in one year while working. At IHPME, you will learn from faculty who are recognized national and international leaders in the fields of improvement science, patient safety and health care leadership.

Application deadline for 2015-16, is November 15, 2014

Courses will begin in September 2015 for the 2015-16 year.

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