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Yorkshire and Humber Improvement Fellows’ Spring Networking Event

This is one of the Yorkshire and Humber Improvement Academy's regular network events for it's Improvement Fellows. It provides an opportunity for the Fellows to meet up and learn from each other about improvements happening in Yorkshire. The Improvement Academy is now opening up these events to the national Q network.

1 Mar 2017

Leeds, LS1 1PJ

The Queens Hotel

Yorkshire and Humber Improvement Fellows’
Spring Network Event

Welcome and Introduction – Prof. John Wright, Clinical Director, Improvement Academy

Learning Bites: sharing improvement

•“Skype’s the Limit: a digital solution to patient demand” – Dr Angela O’Donoghue, GP Partner, Springbank Health
•“Implementing Safety Huddles in Emergency Operations Centre (EOC)” – Lisa Sturrock, Clinical Duty Manager and Clare Ashby, Head of Safety & IPC Lead, Yorkshire Ambulance Service
•“Trust me I am your patient” – Graham Prestwich and Marilyn Foster, Lay Improvement Fellows/‘Patient experts’
•“Reducing the wait time from request for TTOs” – Donald Richardson, Deputy Medical Director & Consultant Physician and Louise Parker, Joint Head of Service Improvement, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

“Measuring safety culture in the Southwest” – Dr Matt Hill, Consultant Anaesthetist, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Safety culture reflections and discussion – Prof. Mohammed A Mohammed, Professor of Healthcare, Quality & Effectiveness, University of Bradford

Interested in joining the Q network? – Stacey Lally, Q Programme Manager, from The Health Foundation, will be available to provide further information.

• 12:30 – Lunch
• 13:00 – Introductions and Welcome
• 16:00 – Finish