Presentation on theme: "20 th December 2013 Quality Improvement in Health Education East Midlands Prof. Sheona MacLeod."— Presentation transcript:
20 th December 2013 Quality Improvement in Health Education East Midlands Prof. Sheona MacLeod
Reduce variation 2.Better metrics and information 3.Systematic delivery mechanisms 4.Incentives and investments 5.Procurement for quality & value 6.Develop our people 7.Leadership in innovation 8.Mandate the adoption Sir Ian Carruthers
Sir Bruce Keogh Mortality Review Ambition 7: Junior doctors in specialist training will not just be seen as the clinical leaders of tomorrow, but clinical leaders of today. The NHS will join the best organisations in the world by harnessing the energy and creativity of its 50,000 young doctors.
Don Berwick : Improving Patient Safety Abandon blame as a tool and trust the goodwill and good intentions of the staff Give NHS staff career-long help to learn, master and apply modern methods for quality control, quality improvement and quality planning Mastery of quality and patient safety sciences and practices should be part of initial preparation and lifelong education of all health care professionals
Sir Robert Francis: Mid Staffs “Trainees are invaluable eyes and ears in a hospital setting. They come without preconceptions..[and] concerns raised by trainees should therefore be given weight and... means of obtaining those concerns need to be maximised “ ‐ Robert Francis QC, The Mid‐Staffordshire Inquiry Francis, Robert. Report of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public Inquiry. February 2013.
HEEM Goal: “Develop a high quality, safe and sustainable workforce to meet the healthcare needs of the people of the East Midlands” One our strategic priorities: “Enabling the workforce to make service improvement everyone’s business” A Postgraduate School Objectives: All Specialty schools have been charged with ensuring trainees develop quality improvement skills
HEEM programme: “Building workforce capability for innovation and improvement in the East Midlands” Led by Innovation Directorate, covers all internal and external stakeholders
Programme includes: HEEM internal programme for quality improvement. Introducing and sharing QI modules to undergraduate Nursing, midwifery and AHP Foundation School Specialty schools Regional networking
What will be different in the East Midlands as a result of our programme for QI?
Trainee /Student contribution Enthusiasm Development of expertise and sharing best practice – in the journey – and the achievements Influence Leadership
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