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​​​​Each issue of the Journal for Healthcare Quality contains a continuing education (CE) article and exam. Successfully passing each exam and completing the evaluation is worth 1 continuing education (CE) hour. CE exams are available for purchase in NAHQ's Online Catalog​Please note, NAHQ CE opportunities expire two years after publication of each article."​
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A list of CE articles and their corresponding exams for purchase can be found below.

Improving Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Among Patients With Diabetes Mellitus Using the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control Process Improvement Methodology

Kollipara, Usha; Varghese, Shilu; Mutz, Jackie; More

Journal for Healthcare Quality. 43(2):126-135, March/April 2021.

Improving Inpatient Tobacco Treatment Measures: Outcomes Through Standardized Treatment, Care Coordination, and Electronic Health Record Optimization

Iannello, Justin; Levitt, Mary P.; Poetter, Daniel; More

Journal for Healthcare Quality. 43(1):48-58, January/February 2021.

Stepping Back to Move Forward: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Diabetes Prevention Program Within a Large Integrated Healthcare Delivery System

Brunisholz, Kimberly D.; Joy, Elizabeth A.; Hashibe, Mia; More

Journal for Healthcare Quality. 39(5):278-293, September/October 2017.

Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Examine Practice Characteristics Associated With Implementation of an Adult Immunization Intervention Using the 4 Pillars Practice Transformation Program

Hawk, Mary; Nowalk, Mary Patricia; Moehling, Krissy K.; More

Journal for Healthcare Quality. 39(3):153-167, May/June 2017.

Implementation and Quality Improvement of a Screening and Counseling Program for Unhealthy Alcohol Use in an Academic General Internal Medicine Practice

Jonas, Daniel E.; Miller, Thomas; Ratner, Shana; More

Journal for Healthcare Quality. 39(1):15-27, January/February 2017.

A Collaborative, Systems-Level Approach to Eliminating Healthcare-Associated MRSA, Central-Line–Associated Bloodstream Infections, Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia, and Respiratory Virus Infections

Henderson, Donna M.; Staiger, Thomas O.; Peterson, Gene N.; More

Journal For Healthcare Quality. 34(5):39-47, September-October 2012.