Tag Archives: Clinical Quality Improvement

Future Leadership for Compassionate Care and Quality Improvement (NHS Improvement)

Summary NHS Improvement has updated earlier guidance on leadership development for improved systems leadership, ongoing quality improvement, more inclusive and compassionate leadership, and better talent management. The national framework comprises five key components / conditions: Condition 1: Improving Care: Leaders equipped … Continue reading

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Contemplating the “Who” and “Why” in Quality Improvement: the Psychology of Change Framework (IHI / DHSC / FMLM / SCIE)

Summary The latest Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) white paper presents a framework for the psychology of change in health care quality improvement. The aim is to increase the chances of successful change / service transformation, by addressing five domains … Continue reading

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Progress Towards Achieving Better Value / Reducing Waste in the NHS (King’s Fund / NHS Providers)

Summary A King’s Fund report investigates recent work on the value agenda, i.e. efforts aimed at reducing unnecessary costs while maintaining or improving the quality of care. This is based mostly on experience at three diverse NHS acute hospital trusts: … Continue reading

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Embedding a Culture for Quality Improvement (King’s Fund)

Summary Establishing quality improvement approaches which actually work has much to do with suitable leadership and organisational culture, according to a new King’s Fund report. Full Text Link Reference Embedding a culture of quality improvement. [Online]: King’s Fund, November 9th … Continue reading

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Exploring the Potential of Quality Improvement in Mental Health (King’s Fund / BJGP)

Summary A recent King’s Fund report explores the application of quality improvement approaches to improving the quality of mental health care. It is asserted that continuing improvements are best achieved by “empowering frontline teams, service users and carers to design, … Continue reading

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