Journal for Healthcare Quality CE

shutterstock_147183467_web_editSuccessfully passing each exam and completing the evaluation is worth 1 continuing education (CE) hour. CE exams are available for purchase in NAHQ's Online Store.

NAHQ Members: FREE
Non-Members: $15

Note: All CE articles from 2010 onward are hosted on the Wiley-Blackwell Journal for Healthcare Quality (JHQ) website.

1. Read CE Articles

Read the JHQ articles before taking the CE exam. NAHQ members can access JHQ articles online for free at any time.

2. Order a CE Exam

  1. Click on Order Exam next to the corresponding article below - this will take you to the Online Store.
  2. Add the JHQ CE exam to your shopping cart.
  3. Log in with your Web ID and Password.
  4. Once you have logged in, click Process My Order to finalize your purchase (Member Price: $0.00, Non-Member Price: $15.00)
  5. Follow the "Complete the CE Exam" instructions below.

3. Complete the CE Exam

  1. Be sure you are logged in to the Online Store with your NAHQ web ID and password.
  2. In the Online Store, hover over "My Account" and  select "CE/Evaluations" from the left-hand menu.
  3. This page lists all the CE exams you have purchased.
  4. Complete your CE exam by clicking "Evaluate".

If you have problems, please contact NAHQ Member Services at 800.966.9392.
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Step 1: Read the Article Below
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January/February 2016


JHQ 258: Patient Safety Errors:  Leveraging Health Information Technology to Faciliatate Patient Reporting

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November/December 2015


A Falls Wheel in a Large Academic Medical Center:  An Intervention to Reduce Patient Falls with Harm

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September/October 2015

Improving Hepatitis C Virus Screening Rates in Primary Care: A Targeted Intervention Using the Electronic Health Record

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July/August 2015

Working with Socially and Medically Complex Patients: When Care Transitions Are Circular, Overlapping and Continual Rather Than Linear and Finite

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May/June 2015

Judicious Utilization of Healthcare Resources - Reducing Un-indicated Pediatric Anaerobic Blood Cultures in a Pediatric Hospital

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March/April 2015

Implementation Science: Describing Implementation Methods Used by Pediatric Intensive Care Units in a National Collaborative

January/February 2015

A Standard Handoff Improves Cardiac Surgical Patient Transfer: Operating Room to Intensive Care Unit

November/December 2014

Improving Medication Administration Safety: Using Naive Observation to Assess Practice and Guide Improvements in Process and Outcomes

 September/October 2014

Associations Between Perceived Chronic Care Quality, Perceived Patient-Centeredness, and Illness Representations Among Persons with Diabetes

 July/August 2014
 May/June 2014
 March/April 2014

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