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  • Service Design

    The NHS Long Term Plan (LTP) calls ford Service re-design a number of times. A literature search on NHS Service Design did not produce a lot of guidance on how this could be achieved. The LTP hints that this will […]

  • Primary Care

    This group is open to anyone working in or interested in primary care. It is convened by Rammya Mathew, who is a London based GP with an interest in quality improvement. This group is a learning space – it’s not […]

  • Community Hospitals

    The members of this SIG will be contributing and share learning from this Q-funded project which aims to describe, support and promote ways of working developed during COVID-19 through shared learning across the […]

  • Sustainable Healthcare

    Sustainability is a domain of quality in healthcare. Sustainable value considers patient and population outcomes against environmental, social and economic costs. Sustainable value may be maximised by applying the […]

  • Process Visualisation in the NHS

    This SIG will look at identifying and documenting, in flow chart format, process management in the NHS, both clinical and administrative processes are addressed. The structure of the Process Visualization set will […]

  • 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 […]

  • Exploring Adaptive Space – community of practice

    This group is for people interesting in understanding and applying Prof Mary Uhl-Bien’s framework of ’Adaptive Spaces’ and ’Complexity Leadership’.

    Mary explains the crucial role of ’Adaptive Spaces’ in […]

  • Radiotherapy Quality

    This SIG is formed to facilitate sharing of information, expertise and learning for the benefit of patient safety and quality improvement in Radiotherapy service.

    The group aims to bring together radiotherapy […]