San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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The workshops will enable you to look at practical methods to overcoming barriers when action planning and managing change in clinical audit.
1) To give delegates the tools to improve the quality of care through clinical audit.
2) To provide delegates with training materials to help them enhance the impact of clinical audit in their organisation.
By the end of this workshop you will:
- Be able to facilitate a process of quality improvement
- Have the knowledge and tools to train and support others undertaking data driven quality improvement.
Who should attend?
The programme has been designed for those responsible for leading and supporting colleagues to improve care through the use of clinical audit data. To obtain the greatest benefit from this workshop it is recommended that a lead clinician and a senior clinical audit practitioner attend per organisation.
The workshops will look at what the barriers to implementing change are and how to circumvent and overcome them, how best to involve patients and the public in this stage of the audit, followed by a practical session on quality improvement tools, when and how to use them.
As part of this workshop you will be provided with a set of training slides and a comprehensive workbook, which includes: exercises, templates and links to online resources.
Please read the cancellation policy. You must agree to the cancellation policy in order to attend. http://hqip.org.uk/cancellation-policy/
Places are available on a first-come first-served basis, however we will monitor the booking system to ensure that the most appropriate people attend, and will limit space to no more than two delegates from the same organisation.
When & Where
Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership
The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) was established in April 2008 to promote quality in healthcare, and in particular to increase the impact that clinical audit has on healthcare quality in England and Wales. It is led by a consortium of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the Royal College of Nursing and National Voices.
To sign up to the HQIP eBulletin click here: http://hqip.wufoo.com/forms/hqip-ebulletin-registration/