3Minute QI™: Trainee Consultant Practitioner
Starts October 2018
Tailored to individual needs
Blended (online & offline)
Certificate of completion
Our faculty are present throughout the learning journey, providing dedicated coaching support to help make your quality improvement a success.
You will have tailored support in the following areas:
- Designing your improvement project
- Implementing the Model for Improvement and PDSA cycles
- Understanding and practicing the QI techniques relevant to your improvement project
- Measurement for improvement: understanding how and deciding what to measure so that you know your improvement has made a difference
- Developing an understanding of how human factors can inform change
- Submitting your improvement project onto the Life QI System
If you work as a Trainee Consultant Pracitioner and would like to find out more about participating in this course express your interest here.
Meet your instructors
Learn from improvement science specialists with practical experience in healthcare
Nicola Davey began working in improvement science some years ago when she realised the significant impact that well-designed changes could make to patients. She has previously worked as lead designer and instructor on the East Midlands BaSIS programme which introduced junior doctors to improvement science and supported them through their first improvement project. Find out more about Nicola.
Head of QICLearn
I’m an experienced Business Development Manager, with skills in Marketing, Public Relations and Design. My background is in training and account management, which is why I love working for QIC and QIClearn™. I’m a people person and thoroughly enjoy working with clients to help them get the best QI learning programme that works for their participants.
QIClearn™ and our innovative approach to learning is an exciting place to work. It is so true that how we learn is just an important as what we learn, which is why I can sit and talk about this all day!
I’m an account manager, I manage our identity, our events portfolio and work closely with our clients to ensure they are satisfied from the start to the end of a project with us. I have a BA (Hons) in Corporate Communication and qualifications in Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning.
I have a strong nursing background and have led substantial organisation change and influenced national nursing policy. I have held senior leadership roles and coach at an Executive level. I’m very comfortable in both clinical and academic environments and since July 2016 I have been an Independent Governor on the Board or University of Brighton.
I remain a nurse the core and am constantly engaged in developments in nursing and midwifery. I love working with QIC and QIClearn™ and enjoy facilitating workshops with our clients working in the nursing profession as I have so much knowledge and experience to share.
I have worked as Assistant Director at The Health Foundation and Deputy Chief Executive of the Florence Nightingale Foundation and I have more than twenty years’ experience of working from ward to board!
I have worked with universities to develop new degree programmes in health and social care; supported health professional regulatory bodies in developing and implementing new regulatory processes and I feel that this really adds value when we shape our learning programmes here at QIClearn™.