Foundation & QIE



The 1, 2, 3's of SQUIRE: Getting Started on Your Road to QIE

Tuesday, November 17

1:00-2:00 EST

Member Cost: $0.00

Non Member Cost: $0.00




The final in a series of three webinars covering QIE and SQUIRE, this webinar will focus on lessons learned from early SQUIRE adopters and help members complete their first program entry. This step-by-step approach to SQUIRE will not only provide participants with the knowledge to get started but will also focus on identifying and overcoming the challenges to QIE.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the individual elements of the SQUIRE tool and how to complete the various sections of the tool. 
  2. Identify best practices for planning QI through SQUIRE. 
  3. Design ways to overcome early barriers to SQUIRE implementation based on current user experience. 
  4. Assess the relevance of SQUIRE as an ideal tool for QI within your organization.





Kathleen Moreo, BSN, BHSA, RN-BC, CCM, CDMS

President and CEO

PRIME® Education, Inc.

Kathleen Moreo is a dually board certified advance practice nurse who founded PRIME Education, Inc. (PRIME®) 21 years ago. She leads the organization in providing strategic direction, including quality improvement in learning systems, partnerships with closed systems, interprofessional education, and long-standing work with federal, military, and other government agencies. Moreo is Chair of the 2015 Alliance Quality Symposium (AQS) and served as an Advisory Board member of the ACEhp QIE Roadmap in 2014. She also serves as Vice President of the Foundation of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy and as an advisory board member of the jointly-convened Advisory Board on Interprofessional Continuing Education by the ACCME, ACPE, ANCC, and the National Center. 





Laurence Greene, PhD

Scientific Education Manager

PRIME® Education, Inc.

Laurence Greene, PhD, is the Scientific Education Manager at PRIME Education, Inc (PRIME). From 2009-2011, he served as Content Manager and Senior Medical Writer in PRIME’s Scientific Content Department. In 2012-2014, he was responsible to lead the editorial and outcomes teams. In his current position, Dr. Greene applies more than 20 years' experience in educational theories, active