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Please note, you must attend all five dates of this programme to complete the course and receive a certificate.
This series of of five workshops is designed to support members leading services and directorates, and give them the skills knowledge and confidence to deliver sustainable quality improvement projects.
The programme will help you to develop improvement projects from start to finish; from identfying issues requiring change, planning and engaging others in the improvement process, delivering changes across complex environments, and effective evaluation to embed and sustain improvements across your organisation.
Who is this event aimed at?
This programme is ideal for members leading a particular service or directorate, who have a basic understanding of quality improvement concepts and wish to develop this further.
What will attendees learn at this event / workshop?
Attendees will receive an overview of change and systems models and learn how these can be practically applied in the delivery of health and care services. They will learn about diagnostic tools, such as fishbones and driver diagrams, which can be used to engage others in quality improvement projects. There is also an emphasis on co-production and evidence-based design (EBD) approaches, stakeholder analysis and the ‘lift speech’.
Attendees will also be taught how to process map, measure change and monitor variation, how to promote a culture in improvement, and explore an organisation’s ethos using a culture web. In the last session, attendees will learn about spread and sustainability and how this is promoted and encouraged in the NHS.
Day 1 - Theory of QI and diagnosing where to undertake it (Diagnose & Plan)
What, where and how?
Quality improvement approaches in healthcare
Models and theories for improvement and how to apply these in practice
Appreciation of systems level approaches
Overview of SOPK and how this provides framework
The Habits of an Improver (Health Foundation 2015) doc and personal areas for reflection
Using MFI in QI
Reflect what areas of practice may be best to focus on
Day 2 - Engaging to inform plan (Engage)
Who with and how so?
Using aim statements for clear objectives
Diagnostic tools for clarifying focus (Fishbone)
How to plan engagement and identify groups within your setting
Stakeholder mapping and the impact on your organisation
Plan and practice for engagement and managing change
Define and refine aims
Day 3 - Evaluating quality improvement focus and impact (Deliver & evaluate)
How much by? How will I measure what’s happened?
Where should I look for quality improvement areas? What does the data tell me?
Using process mapping to identify focus areas
Identifying a balanced set of measures to meet miprovement aims
The Importance of variation
Using a Collect - Analyse - Review cycle to inform if change has occured
Identifying whether a process is capable of hitting a target
Identifying where improvements may have the greatest impact
Day 4 - Delivering objectives and QI plans (Deliver)
So what and who next?
Key tools and approaches for quality improvement in your workplace
Refresh of MFI and how to use this
Importance of improvement culture in healthcare and how to define it
Complete a culture web for self / team / organisation
How Plan / Do / Study / Act (PDSA) cycles can develop and refine knowledge
Appreciate impacts for self and own organisation
Identify and plan next steps for self and organisation
Day 5 - Spread and sustain (Sustain & spread)
What worked and where next?
How to maintain improvements after implementation
Techniques for sustaining momentum for effective change
Describe and apply techniques on sustaining momentum for effective change
How process, staff and organisation affect sustainability
Identify when improvement initiatives are ready for ‘scale up and spread’
Conditions of this event:
1. This event is free to all Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) member organisations. In some cases, places can be paid for by non-members. If you’re interested in attending and are not a member then contact us. If you are unsure whether your organisation is an AQuA member, please click here.
2. Final event arrangements are confirmed with the venue up to two weeks before the event. In order to ensure that places are not wasted please let us know if you are no longer able to attend. Many of our events operate waiting lists so this will enable us to reallocate your place to someone else on the list.
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