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This programme is delivered in conjunction with East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN). It builds on the work of the Maternal & Neonatal Health Safety Collaborative by providing bespoke support to individuals in maternity services within the East Midlands region. QIClearn will walk alongside you as you design and deliver quality improvements to your service.
This is an innovative programme designed for professionals at the London School of Paediatrics (LSP). QIClearn brings together paediatric trainees, nurses, pharmacists and allied health professionals with patients and their carers. We will support you to design, test and implement meaningful improvements in just 16 weeks.
This course is for practitioners who want to get involved in quality improvement (QI) initiatives but don’t know how or where to get started. We will support you to progress from a QI newbie to someone who can use a small selection of QI tools and techniques and begin to embody the habits of an improver.
This 1-day masterclass (23rd March 2018, Central London location) has been designed to give you an appreciation of Human Factors in the work place and how it can help you deliver better care. In attending this course, you are becoming a change agent, leading the way to help make your patients and your ward safer.
These courses are for professionals who want to develop their Quality Improvement skills by Improving ONE thing at a time. They are an antidote to information overload and improvement tool excess and provide the space and opportunity for professionals to focus on ONE thing at a time.
3minuteQI™ is your gateway into small bites of learning with a big impact. QIClearn has designed a series of quality improvement microlearning experiences that are short, focussed and flexible.
Variation in practice: An in-flight experience™ is a game that’s fun and interactive. It gives teams a meaningful experience of measurement and improvement concepts. Through a series of ‘in-flight’ challenges participants learn how to detect and understand the variation in services that they and their patient’s often experience. It’s an energising learning experience that provides an excellent basis for developing improvement skills.