Listen to Pam Mosedale and Margaret Mary Devaney, Head of Patient Safety at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, talk about moving beyond auditing and embedding a system of continuous improvement.
Run charts are one of the most useful Quality Improvement tools, helping us to assess where changes have been made and if improvements have been sustained over time. In this webinar, Pam Mosedale, Chair of the Quality Improvement Advisory Board, chats to Kathrine Blackie, Quality Improvement Manager at Linnaeus, about how we can use run charts in Quality Improvement.
Follow the link to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement to learn more about Run Charts in Quality Improvement and how they fit in with the science of improvement as an effective tool to help bring about sustained improvements.
When we identify an area for improvement, planning the QI project is an important step to avoid common pitfalls and misunderstandings and keep the project on track. In this webinar, Laura Playforth talks us through the benefits of using a Model for Improvement, a useful QI tool to help us plan, carry out and assess Quality Improvement projects.
Sustainability in healthcare is about reducing waste and saving money. But it is also about improving workflow and reducing errors to the benefit of patients, clients, and veterinary teams. In this webinar, Pam Mosedale, Chair of the Quality Improvement Advisory Board, talks us through the benefits of using Quality Improvement alongside improvement science to help deliver quality care.