BMJ Quality & Safety Journal
BMJ Quality & Safety provides a rich mix of news, opinion, debate and research for those interested in health and improvement. It encourages the science of improvement and new thinking on improving the quality of healthcare delivered to patients. Journals are published monthly.
BMJ Open Quality
Do you want to publish your quality improvement work? Q offers members the opportunity to write this up without charge through BMJ Open Quality, a journal dedicated to publishing high quality healthcare improvement work.
Why publish with BMJ Open Quality:
- Opportunity to share your work with others
- PubMed indexed
- Peer reviewed
Articles covering original research, local, national and international QI projects, value-based healthcare improvement initiatives and educational improvement work are all considered.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
The IHI Open School provides a range of excellent resources to support you and your team in carrying out improvement work.
As well as a range of videos and case studies to further your knowledge of health care improvement, you can also complete e-learning modules in a range of topics including human factors, leadership, teamwork and safety culture and using data.
QI4U (Quality Improvement for You)
Qi4U is a flexible eLearning resource, developed by QI experts from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Northwest London (CLAHRC NWL). This CPD-certified programme comprises 8 modules on topics including public and patient involvement, process mapping and plan-do-study-act cycles. You’ll also be able to access downloadable templates and videos to support your QI journey.
Q has 20 licenses available for members, without charge. Please get in touch with us at Q@health.org.uk if you would like to take part.
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