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Quality improvement

“There is no single definition of quality improvement. However, a number of definitions describe it as a systematic approach that uses specific techniques to improve quality. One important ingredient in successful and sustained improvement is the way in which the change is introduced and implemented."  Quality improvement made simple – Quick guide, The Health Foundation, pg.9


A common quality improvement approach used in healthcare is the ‘Model for Improvement', supported by the Plan, Do, Study, Act cycle. 

To develop your quality improvement skills, why not attend one of our free workshops?

 

Quality Improvement Workshops

Flyers for all workshops can be found in the related documents section at the bottom of this page.

  • Quality improvement training for trainees and educators.

  • Measurement for improvement training for trainees and educators.

  • Quality improvement project action learning sets.

 

Quality Improvement Resources

Our virtual learning environment hosts the latest in quality improvement resources to support your practice. Click here for further details.

 

Quality Improvement Forum 2016 (#QIF16)

By special invitation to all Foundation and Speciality trainees:  

Health Education England working across the East Midlands Quality Improvement Forum 2016 (#QIF16)

Save the Date!

We are excited to announce the launch of our Quality Improvement Forum 2016 - #QIF16.

The event will be held on Wednesday 29 June 2016 at the Kube, Leicester Racecourse

Designed to appeal to a multi-professional audience, #QIF16 will provide you with the opportunity to showcase your quality improvement projects, to discuss new methods, exciting implementations and growing opportunities in the field of quality improvement and innovation.

Aim

To learn, share and celebrate learner- led quality improvement work in the East Midlands.

Objectives

The objectives of the event will be:

  • to build skills and knowledge relevant to quality improvement and local health and social care priority areas
  • to share practice, projects and improvement learning across a multi-professional audience to promote engagement in quality improvement
  • to develop a network of East Midlands Quality Improvement enthusiasts
  • to celebrate, motivate, reward and award learners and their quality improvement projects.

Key QIF16 activities for your diary:

  • Call for quality improvement projects abstracts – February 2016.
  • Call for bookings and workshop bookings open –  February 2016.
  • Abstract submissions close – w/c Monday 28 March 2016.
  • Bookings close – Friday 17 June 2016
  • QIF16 – Wednesday 29 June 2016

For further information about the Quality Improvement Forum 2016, please contact hayley.gosling@nhs.net

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