MCQIC Webinar | Neonatal Admission Hypothermia

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The focus of SPSP MCQIC is improving outcomes for women, babies and children across Scotland.

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SCOTTISH PATIENT SAFETY PROGRAMME (SPSP) | MATERNITY AND CHILDREEN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT COLLABORATIVE (MCQIC) WEBINAR SERIES

MCQIC Webinar: Neonatal Admission Hypothermia

Chair: Dr Colin Peters, MCQIC Neonatal Clinical Lead, Healthcare Improvement Scotland

WHAT TO EXPECT?

The webinar will look in more detail at the prevention of hypothermia in the preterm and term population.

There will be an opportunity to:

  • Share and discuss challenges and successes relevant to risk assessment and management.
  • Understand what improvements could be made as part of a QI approach to ensure learning is put into practice.
  • Learn from others how on they work collaboratively within their boards.
  • Connect with others through the Q&A session by asking questions and sharing experiences.

FURTHER INFORMATION

  • On signing up for this webinar you will be asked to provide personal details. The lawful basis we rely on for processing your personal data is. GDPR Article 6(1)(e) – public task.
  • We intend to take a recording of the webinar which will be published on our social media channels and our website.
  • To find out what personal data will be collected by MCQIC and how it will be handled, please see our privacy notice.

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The Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP) is a national quality improvement programme that aims to improve the safety and reliability of care and reduce harm.

The SPSP has three core components, as follows:

Essentials of Safe Care

SPSP programmes of work

SPSP Learning System

Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Programme (MCQIC) is one of the SPSP programmes of work. The collaborative aims to improve outcomes and reduce inequalities in outcomes by providing a safe, high-quality care experience for all women, babies and children in Scotland.

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