Cultivating a culture of continuous learning and improvement is possible. Purposeful consideration of the proposed model and identified factors from this report may yield important insights to advance understanding of how to cultivate a culture that facilitates continuous learning and improvement within a health care setting.
The authors would like to acknowledge the current and former staff and residents for the Division of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital for their support and willingness to share their experiences and the faculty and staff at the James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence for the many trainings, experiences, and resources provided that helped support CLI efforts.
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