Bottoms up is part of the Power of people, our series of films about life-changing health care innovation.
Our film about Southern Eastern Health and Social Care Trust (SEHSCT) in Northern Ireland shows a range of innovative work to make care better and safer for patients. We look at how people working in the hospital were encouraged and supported to improve patient care, as part of a wider improvement programme (the Safety, Quality, Experience programme - or SQE) which aimed to transform the culture of the organisation.
In this section we explore the variety of improvement approaches that are being taken across the trust, ranging from an app to help children in care to a checklist designed to avoid people getting acute kidney infection when they are in hospital.
For more information, contact Linda Kelly, Assistant Director for Safe and Effective Care, on email@example.com
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