The CEQ Healthcare Improvement Fellowship is a high-calibre practical program that immerses frontline clinicians in sciences that offer novel ways to understand and improve the system, alongside existing approaches to improvement. The program aims to build capability in the health system and explore new paradigms of improvement and innovation.
Fellows undertake a year-long program learning about:
- human factors and ergonomics
- systems safety
- implementation science
- resilience engineering
- human-centred design.
Through the fellowship, clinicians become capable leaders of healthcare improvement with contemporary ways of thinking and responding to systemic challenges in healthcare.
Fellows will emerge as part of a network of clinicians who think differently about healthcare challenges, and can apply an expanded skill set for improvement and innovation.
Applications for the 2023 CEQ Healthcare Improvement Fellowship will be opening soon
In preparing for your application, please join the Healthcare Improvement Community of Practice (HICOP) and explore the recorded webinars and conversations.
Fellowships are open to clinicians currently employed within a Queensland Health facility in either medical, allied health, dental, nursing or midwifery professions (fulltime employees are preferred).
A Fellowship is suited to clinicians who demonstrate a passion and involvement in improvement and patient safety, qualities to successfully lead and influence change within a clinical setting, and have a willingness and ability to adopt new ways of thinking.Applicants must be:
- employed within a Queensland Health facility
- supported by their HHS to be released from 0.5 FTE of their clinical role for the duration of the fellowship
Eight to twelve places are offered each year.
Please contact us if you would like any further information
Phone: (07) 3328 9167
Office Address: Level 2, 15 Butterfield Street, Herston, QLD 4006