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Quality Improvement Training

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The Quality Improvement (QI) Programme aims to encourage and enable our staff, patients and carers to work together to make changes to Solent services that improve the experience for those using our healthcare. 

 

It provides the skills to deliver and measure improvement and does not require participants to have any previous experience or knowledge of QI.

PROGRAMME PATHWAYS

What the QI Programme looks like:

Who it's for:

Solent staff and teams from services, as well as external colleagues.

Duration:

1 hr

Location:

Virtual or
in-person

Pre-requisites:

None.

Providing an overview of the methods and tools that are used in QI, as well as support to deliver a small-scale project.

Who it's for:

Solent staff and teams from services, as well as external colleagues.

Duration:

3 sessions

Location:

Virtual

Pre-requisites:

Individuals or small teams.

QI Practitioner
 

Who it's for:

Solent staff and teams, as well as external colleagues, patients and carers.

Duration:

4 days over 6 months.

Location:

In-person

Pre-requisites:

An interest in improving services and the experience of patients. Attendence in how to do QI is preferable but not mandatory.

Gain the skills to coach, support and influence a culture of Quality Improvement within services and beyond.

Who it's for:

Those with QI experience who would like to provide QI leadership within their services.

Duration:

3 days training + quarterly meetings

Location:

In-person

Pre-requisites:

Previous experience of improvement work.

Introducing you to key demand and capacity principles such as ways to measure and manage your service demand and capacity.

Who it's for:

Tailored for operations and service managers.

Duration:

1 day

Location:

In-person

Pre-requisites:

Previous experience of improvement work.

Starting your Demand, Capacity and Flow Journey
 

This training programme is designed to support teams and individuals in developing the skills and capability to introduce or enhance a demand and capacity management and planning approach to improve patient flow and reduce waiting lists/times

Who it's for:

  • Teams of up to 6 people from a service, which could include operations, service, and/or business support managers, clinicians, administrative employees, and service analysts who are interested in developing their D&C skills and knowledge.

  • Teams who would like to introduce or enhance a demand and capacity management and planning approach to improve patient flow and reduce waiting lists/times.

Duration:

4 days over 6 months

Location:

In-person

Pre-requisites:

Teams and individuals from 

Providing an understanding of co-production and how to employ practices in order to improve services.

Who it's for:

Solent staff and teams from services, as well as external colleagues.

Duration:

3 1/2 days

Location:

In-person

Pre-requisites:

A commitment to involving patients in shaping services.

Focused on sharing tools and techniques to think creatively in order to promote happiness in the workplace.

Who it's for:

Solent NHS Trust staff and teams from services, as well as external colleagues.

Duration:

3 days

Location:

In-person

Pre-requisites:

A commitment to involving patients in shaping services.

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