About this webinar
For the past three decades there has been an interest in improving the quality of products and services. More recently, we have seen this quality improvement taking root in health and social care, with increasing interest in improving quality as part of the professional role of all who work in health care services.
Drawing on new thinking about the habits of effective improvers this webinar explores how quality improvement could become more embedded and, critically, become a mainstream part of initial training and continuing professional development (CPD).
- Bill Lucas Professor of Learning and Director of the Centre for Real-World Learning, University of Winchester
- Emma Vaux Consultant Nephrologist, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and GenerationQ fellow
- Nick Barber Director of Research, the Health Foundation
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