Our QI Methodology has been developed based on Lean Thinking principles. Understanding these principles will help you know how to apply the 3 frameworks to any situation, and know which tools and techniques to use.
How to use
data for change
Collecting, presenting and analysing data gives you quantifiable measures of success. This course will help you understand how to use data confidently and measure your QI change work.
Involving others in QI - Asset Based Thinking
People are your greatest asset for change. Involving the right people in the right way will help you to achieve strong ownership and may even help you find some of your best ideas. In this course we will help you identify who you need to involve and plan how to get them involved.
Using QI to improve your environment
Our environment can affect the way we work, how we feel and the effectiveness of team communication. In this course we will go through a number of models which can help you remove waste, improve efficiency and add value.
Using QI to Improve Processes
Improving processes so that current issues can be improved and future processes are streamlined, more efficient and safe, will help support you and your team to work more effectively. This course explains the tools and techniques you need to ensure high quality experiences for all.
For anyone in #healthcare currently implementing local ward #accreditations, here are our Top 3 Tips to ensure your programme remains effective: > Set the Culture - ensure a clear aim of developing a supportive and fair culture > Build Capability - empower your ward / dept. teams to monitor and improve > Combine knowledge - triangulate data over time with assurance visits Many Ward Accreditations programmes currently exist across the NHS but not all are effective. Knowing wha