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Psychology 4 Improvement – IHI Psychology of Change Session with Kate Hilton

Join the Q Psychology 4 Improvement deliverable via Zoom. An engaging session held by Kate Hilton to help you address the human side of change. Register your place via Event-brite, limited spaces available!

31 Mar 2021
09:00 – 16:00


You are cordially invited to the Psychology 4 Improvement (P4I) Psychology of Change session facilitated by Kate Hilton. This session forms part of the Q Exchange Psychology 4 Improvement winning bid 2020 which is about building psychological and relational understanding amongst the improvement community to support more effective improvement work.

The rate at which improvement spreads relies on the people who are implementing the change in practice. Psychology 4 Improvement helps leaders at all levels equip people to commit to improvement work: the way that we think and feel, what motivates us, and how we behave when we encounter change. This one-day workshop features real time improvement examples concerning COVID-19, health equity and joy in work and engages participants in applying methods to activate their own – and other people’s – agency.

Who can attend:
This session is open to all who have an interest in this area, and both Q Community and non Q Community members are welcome to attend.

The Psychology of Change session is taking place on Wednesday, 31st March at 09:00 – 16:00 BST (GMT+1).

This will be hosted by the Psychology 4 Improvement Q project team in collaboration with the IHI and Kate Hilton on Zoom.

There is an opportunity at the end of session 16:00 – 17:00, to attend a ‘Spaces for Listening’ facilitated by Charlie Jones and others. The space is for improvers to come together and make connections, as people. To support a sense of community amongst improvers. This model is an approach that participants might want to take back to their local organisations. (24 people attendance limit). #SpacesForListening.

We would love for you to join us in this exciting session!

You can also join the Psychology for Improvement SIG here (copy and paste the link below into your browser): and follow us on Twitter @Psychology4I

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