“A strong sense of organisational values, embedded throughout the organisation, can provide the foundations for clinical workers engagement; With trusts coming under growing pressure, engaging all healthcare workers in decision-making and innovation will become increasingly important. Even with good clinical practice we can always look at how we can do things better.”
Our workshop is developed to prepare people who are carrying out a quality improvement project (QIP).
The objectives of the workshop are to help all staff know
- what’s involved in a QIP and the key stages in carrying out a QIP
- the tools and techniques available to support a QIP and when and how they should be
- the GSTT Strategy. Structure and support for quality improvement
- how GSTT is supporting quality improvement and how to advise all staff on:
- the value in working with a team on a QIP to ensure colleagues’ engagement in the improvement, to
get help with the work involved, and to contribute to sustainability of the improvement achieved
- how to think about stakeholders in a QIP and gain their support
- how to report on a QIP
- the system for proposing and approving QIPS in the Trust:Departments are encouraged to send a small team of staff to the day that can work together on specific clinical problems.
Facilitators: Nancy Dixon
Date: Please visit College of Healthcare Learning Hub for future dates
For more information on any of our courses, please email [email protected]
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note this workshop is free for Guy’s and St Thomas’ staff only.