Health Foundation Improvement Fellow Bryan Jones shared his experiences of an AQuA event in April looking at the increasingly influenctial Dutch care model Buurtzorg and its gradual emergence in the UK.
8. My improvement journey: Carolyn Johnston
Anaesthetist Carolyn Johnston is leading trust-wide improvements at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She shared the inspirations and experiences of her improvement journey as well as a request for help around QI improvements to help her Trust’s current DOLS (deprivation of liberty safeguards) and MCA (Mental Capacity Act) training and awareness.
9. My improvement journey: Hilda Campbell
In March, Hilda Campbell, the Chief Executive of the Glasgow-based charity COPE Scotland, shared her improvement journey which began with the death of her grandmother when she was a child. COPE Scotland helps people and families manage the challenges of life which unaddressed can lead to mental illness.
10. My Improvement journey: Yitka Graham
Yitka Graham, Senior Lecturer in Public Health, University of Sunderland, shared her improvement journey with the community in May last year. As well sharing how she first got involved in improvement and what inspires her, she invited people to join the Q special interest group on Developing Research Capacity in Quality Improvement.
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