Practice Facilitator’s Guide to Running Effective Meetings
Part of an AHRQ curriculum used to train practice facilitators, this resource provides information on the principles of effective meetings in primary care quality improvement efforts. Recognizing that meetings are a primary tool facilitators use to help practices improve, the module offers tips on developing agendas, setting guidelines, and training staff to hold their own effective meetings. Sections of this resource include:
- Meetings as a Tool for Changing Culture.
- Purposes of Meetings.
- Empowerment of Participants.
- Practice Facilitator Roles in Meetings.
- Effective Meetings 101.
Institution of origin: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Author(s): Knox L, Powell J, Suchman A
File size and format: 1.2 MB, PDF
# of pages: 37
Target audience(s): Practice Facilitators, Quality Improvement Professionals, Clinicians, Practice Staff, Practice Leaders
Acknowledgements: This document is part of AHRQ’s Primary Care Practice Facilitation Curriculum, available at: https://pcmh.ahrq.gov/page/primary-care-practice-facilitation-curriculum
Publication date: September 2015
Page originally created October 2018