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29 Mar 2021
Penny Pereira | 12 Apr 2021 | 0 comment
Q Initiative Director, Penny Pereira, reflects on the role that improvement can play in charting a realistic path for recovery that puts people – both those receiving and delivering care – at the centre.
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Thanks for this
Sorry I am coming to this a bit late – but think it looks great!
Really excited to see where this collaboration might take us….
I think this looks really interesting and I look forward to seeing how a network of AHPs can work together to support QI!
Thanks Naomi for sharing the This is Us document. From the first conversation I had with Vardeep last year there was a spark of an idea to emulate what the NIHR CAHPR Research champions network were doing successfully for QI. I have pinched with pride some of their core aims and tweaked to share some ideas
– The aim to encourage AHPs to become QI active
– Engage in QI and share work with others who have a shared purpose
– Participate in local /regional/national QI initiatives
– AHPs into Action AHPs can lead change priority one
– Act as super-connectors
Our Q community forum group provides opportunities for sharing, training, guidance and mutual support and to influence and strengthen AHP engagement.
I am keen that it includes QI at all levels
How do we use this network to do this?
I have been thinking about this and engaged in my first Q Community group zoom interaction last night which I found really interesting and ticked the opportunity to share, guide, offer support brilliantly.
I wanted to share link to some HEE resources that may give ideas about the HOW
The knowledge mobilisation framework provides a range of tools that can help facilitate learning
I think approaches below that feature within it may provide some ideas
– building a community of practice
Randomised coffee trials
– Knowledge cafes
-Creating knowledge assets
Interested to know if anyone else has ideas on the how that tech enabled could be achieved at distance for the many t participate?
I think ‘Randomized Coffee Trials’ would be relatively easy to facilitate using something like Skype, you’d just need a central point to do the ‘connecting’. We could all perhaps agree to assume this role on a quarterly to six months basis?
Hi, sorry for the very late response to this, but I just wanted to say thank you for doing this I think it looks great!
I am making a belated new years resolution to connect with this group more often, as I am genuinely excited by the growing momentum within it.
I am also a belated to this – it looks like a really good forum and very important to facilitate AHP involvement in PHC QI initiatives
I will look out for opportunities to connect with the group and hope to meet some of you virtually at some point. Did anything happen about the skype meetings
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