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12 Jan 2022
We would like to introduce you to our new Q board, welcoming 10 new individuals! Find out more about our board members and their range of backgrounds and interests.
Anita Mehay | 13 Jan 2022 | 1 comment
What role can improvement play in supporting NHS productivity? Anita Mehay, Improvement Fellow at the Health Foundation, explores what is needed to maximise productivity gains in health care.
Bringing together people and organisations to make progress on complex challenges facing health and care.
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Supporting people with Lived Experience to train in QI techniques to work alongside health and care services as peers, as part of the local Transformation Team working on specific projects.
Director of Transformation and Delivery
Bury Local Care Organisation
Building improvement capability across boundaries
Elizabeth Bradbury 2 years, 6 months ago
I'm very supportive of this idea and would be keen to see QI expertise being developed amongst lived experience experts to assist with work in integrated care / multi- agency settings. There are examples of this in individual organisations but less so in complex locality / place-based environments.
There could be a place-based emphasis to the selection and development of the Lived Experience QI leads which in turn would add to the focus on doing what is valued by local people and would ensure a citizen focus to all work.
Given the fact that there are 10 localities and multiple learn and share opportunities across Greater Manchester this approach could be shared and scaled if successful.
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