Looking for support with Quality Improvement work and ideas on how to build QI capability with colleagues?
Are you preparing to support your trainees in their QI work?
This Quality Improvement workshop will show you:
- What trainees and others in your team need to succeed in their QI work
- How to build on what you have in your Trust
- How to anticipate and deal with any barriers to involvement
- Where to get resources, materials and support
- Why this matters in the forward plan for training, service and patient care
Dr Patricia Woodhead, Associate Clinical Director for the West of England AHSN. Tricia spent 24 years as a consultant radiologist in the NHS. During 12 of these years she was Medical Director and Director/ Quality and Patient Safety. She is a Health Foundation and IHI Quality Improvement Fellow and Improvement Advisor.
Dr Seema Srivastava, Associate Medical Director for Safe Care, Consultant Physician, North Bristol NHS Trust, Medical Lead within the Safer Care South West Collaborative since 2012, Q Fellow.
Delegate price £59 (ex VAT) includes two course hot supper on arrival. 2 CPD points is also available.
- Developing Support Structures for your QI work locally: Exploring and demonstrating ways and means to develop support structures for QI projects within your organisation. This will include examples such as:
- adapting your audit teams
- Academic Health Science Networks (AHSN) resources and opportunities
- utilising fully the MOOC – a means to rapidly develop understanding and knowledge – register now: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/quality-improvement/3/register
- support and coaching available for Educational Supervisors and established consultants
- Introduction to national picture and support available:
- Academy of Medical Royal Colleges report ‘Training for Better Outcomes’ published March 2016 and current progress
- GMC Guidance that now requires QI work to form part of appraisal and revalidation
- Royal College of Physicians (RCP) QI Hub – launched Jan 2017
- Health Education England Quality Framework 2016/17 and its emphasis on multi-professional experience
- Exploring the barriers and opportunities to change: Round table discussion on the opportunities, the barriers, the next steps and collaborations that will enable change, the aim being to help you leave with will, ideas and a plan
Who should attend
Clinicians and healthcare workers in NHS Trusts looking for support with their Quality Improvement work and ideas on how to build QI capability with colleagues. This event would also be of interest to Educational Supervisors and Clinical Supervisors getting ready to support trainees in their QI work.