Improve ONE thing: Paediatric QI change champions Spring 2020
Thank you for your interest.
All spaces on the Autumn programme have been taken – but the good news is that we will be running another one in SPRING 2020.
If you’d like to register your interest please complete the form below and we will get back to you as soon as the new course is open for registration from December 2019.
Working alongside each other QIClearn will support you to design, test and implement meaningful improvements in 16 weeks. The Improve ONE thing ethos is about providing the right balance of theory and practice. So, we focus on the practical elements of improvement science and how improvement works on the ground in your healthcare context.
This approach is supplemented by online learning which is designed to be ‘bite-sized’ and manageable for busy professionals. Our instructors will support you to identify and describe a problem that you would like to work on, practice using quality improvement tools and techniques, implement small cycles of change and measure whether your changes have made a difference to patient care.
Your work will be supported by a group of mentors who have experience in using quality improvement methods in paediatric services. Their local expertise is also invaluable to the long-term sustainability of your improvements.
- 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
- Creating improvement project posters
- Submitting abstracts for the IHI/BMJ International forum for Quality and Safety in Healthcare and presenting posters
Anyone who wants to become a London School of Paediatrics Change Champion.
Anyone who wants to grow their confidence to mentor others participating in QI.
Completion of this programme evidences QI Level 1 and 2 in the RCPCH Progress Curriculum. It can also be used to evidence Quality Improvement for CPD, accreditation and re-validation purposes.
Meet your instructors
Learn from improvement science specialists with practical experience of supporting change in childrens’ services
Nicola DaveyNicola 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 worked extensively with clinicians to improve childrens’ services and together with the LSP Faculty has taught and supported over 50 doctors, nurses, pharmacists and parents on this programme to date.
Find out more about Nicola.
Improve ONE thing: Paediatric QI change champions Spring 2020.
If you would like to register your interest in attending this very popular programme in the spring of 2020, please register your interest on the form and we will contact you with all the details as soon as the new course is open for registration in December 2019.