09.45 - 12.00, 22 May 2018
A presentation by Professor Mary Dixon-Woods from the University of Leicester at our 'Ideas for change' conference on patient safety, in December 2014.
This webinar explores why context needs to be taken into consideration when attempting improvement, and what skills best help professionals to manage context effectively.
Professor Mary Dixon-Woods looks at improving the quality and safety of care in hospitals, and suggests that we need to take a three-pronged approach: ensuring we are collecting the right data and ...
Staff from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, who have taken part in our Flow, Cost Quality programme, share their experience of how to create a culture of quality improvement.
We speak to three of our fellows (Tom Downes, Suzie Bailey and John Boulton) about how their experiences as Health Foundation fellows have helped them in their work to improve the quality of health...
Dr Kaveh Shojania looks at successfully designing and usefully reporting improvement initiatives, including consideration of several often overlooked principles.
This project aimed to make effective the policy of practice-based commissioning, ensuring it is primary care led, patient focused and evidence based.
How can we create systems which are resilient enough both to deliver high quality health care and to enable quality improvement efforts to thrive?