Introduction to Quality Improvement

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Gabriella Massa
on 30th April 2019
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his one-day session provides attendees with the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to participate in QI initiatives using a systematic approach.

Based on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Model for Improvement, this course is an exciting opportunity to learn the key methodology of quality improvement and how to get started with running improvement projects.

What does the course cover?

You will learn how to:

  • Describe the Model for Improvement and Plan, Do, Study, Act cycles

  • Identify aims using driver diagrams

  • Understand the specifics of measuring for improvement

  • Understand how to plan and carry out tests of change

Who is this course for?

The course is designed for anyone working in health and care organisations such as clinicians, allied health professionals, nurses, managers or administrators, within the UCLPartners region.

If your organisation is not part of UCLPartners’ region, please get in touch!

Please note that although this event is free, a holding fee of £50 is taken and will be charged for non-attendance or for cancellations made less than seven days before the event without a valid reason.  If you want to change your booking contact us

A core aim of UCLPartners is to help our partners develop the capability and skills required in order for them to deliver high value healthcare. We have a number of key areas of focus, two of which are solely on building quality improvement (QI) capability and capacity for both UCLPartners own core staff / programmes and also our partners.

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