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Quality Improvement Specialist

Anita DeHavilland

Solent NHS Trust

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Member's groups

  • Nurturing and Weaving Networks

    Do you see the value of, or have an interest in networks and networking? Do you find sometimes that what you thought you signed up for didn’t go to plan, or went in circles? Do you have good news stories to s […]

  • Power of Storytelling in Health

    This group is convened by Lesley Goodburn.

    This a group to explore the use of storytelling in healthcare looking at the use of stories in improvement as well as therapeutic interventions. The group will look […]

  • Improving Joy in Work

    The purpose of this Special Interest Group is to provide a learning forum to bring together those interested in Joy in Work.

    Experts, complete novices, and everyone in between, is welcome to join this group so […]

  • Coaching Improvement

    This group’s aim is to support Q members and organisations to embed a coaching model and approach to quality improvement at a local level.

    Improvement coaches are a crucial component of the dosing model, […]

  • Culture of Continuous Improvement

    In the NHS, Quality Improvement methodology is the most common vehicle for embedding systematic continuous improvement and most frequently shows up as a team of experts supporting clinically-focused, smaller-scale […]

  • Mindfulness for Quality Improvement

    Mindfulness is a process of focussing on experiences in the current moment. Over the last decades, many mindfulness based techniques and programmes have been used to improve health, and in fact there is good […]

  • Network Weaving

    A group space for people interested in learning about Network Weaving, and developing their skills.
  • Liberating Structures in healthcare

    This is a place to share tips, tricks, challenges, plans, ’strings’ and more around using ’Liberating Structures’ for health and care improvement.
    This follows on from a successful Q community immersion workshop […]

  • Co-production

    In co-produced health care, organisations work with people who use services, carers and communities in equal partnership. It’s easy to do it wrong and quite hard to get it right, but it isn’t rocket science, and […]