Haelo are pleased to invite teams to workshop 2 of the Improvement Science for Leaders programme.
- Each team has 5 places available for their core team members
- Teams are welcome to arrive from 8:30am onwards for team time, registration will open at 8.45am.
This 3 day workshop will build on the areas introduced in workshop 1 using Deming’s lens of profound knowledge and the Model for Improvement, with a primary focus on understanding variation and visual display of data. We will explore the benefits of knowledge management. Participants will also present their project updates, self-assess progress and receive feedback from peers and faculty. Participants can expect to cover:
- Diffusion of innovation
- Understanding variation
- Run charts and Shewhart charts
- Visual display of data
- Knowledge Management
- Large Scale Change
- Each team will need to have a laptop with the QICharts software loaded into it available during the workshop ( can be downloaded from the Hub)
- Each team will need to bring project data to work with- this can be outcome or process data
- Each team needs to send through their up to date monthly report to firstname.lastname@example.org by 28 September
Please reserve your place, confirming your attendance for each day of the workshop.
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there!
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Haelo is an innovation and improvement science centre, based in Salford and owned by Salford Partners:
- Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
- Salford CCG
- The University of Salford
The purpose of Haelo is to identify, adopt and spread innovation and best practice for population health benefit, focussing on improving outcomes to address inequalities and optimise public resource.
Haelo has three strategic goals:
- Supporting whole system improvement in Salford
- Providing a forum for partners to work synergistically on innovation and improvement to optimise our collective assets
- Working with regional, national and global partners to bring learning to Salford