Psychotropic Use in RTFS
Nine RTFs from across the nation have already been selected to participate and will be supported through a learning collaborative model and use of a CQI tool, to identify objectives and strategies, and track process and outcome indicators using a continuous quality improvement structure, adapted from the Quality Improvement Framework developed by the Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc. (CHCS), a core partner in the TA Network.
The TA Network will lead the collaborative, providing clinical and program related technical assistance to support participating RTFs and facilitate the peer-to-peer learning model.
This learning collaborative is currently closed to additional participants. If you are interested in joining or in more information, please contact Morgan Scribner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Adapted from the Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc. Collaborative on Improving the Use of Psychotropic Medication among Children and Youth in Foster Care.