Advanced Quality Training Program (AQTP)

AQTP Members Sarah Moorman (L) and Omar Khan (R) attending a workshop on A3 thinking.

AQTP members and faculty mentors at year end dinner. Clockwise from bottom left: Prasad Shankar, John Kim, Omar Khan, Richard Brown, Molly Roseland, Akshat Pujara, Sarah Moorman, Matthew Davenport.

Advanced Quality Training Program (AQTP)

The advanced quality training program is a two year training program in quality improvement and research methods offered to radiology residents. The training program allows residents to conduct one (or more) quality improvement projects, serve as active members of the MRQC and gain mentorship in areas of research methodology and scholarly publication.

AQTP Roster

Here's what some of our current and former trainees had to say about the program:

"MRQC provided me valuable hands-on experience that prepared me well for undertaking cost analysis and quality improvement projects in private practice radiology. The brainstorming sessions and mentorship through MRQC trained me to undertake leadership roles that would otherwise have been more challenging."

- Kushal Parikh MD, MBA, residency class of 2017

"Greatness is not created in 120 seconds, it takes two years with the MRQC."

- Sean Woolen MD, MS, residency class of 2018