Quality Improvement (QI) – Knowledge-creation, translation and implementation

Connect Health Change bring you the seventh in a series of webinars to make and embed transformation in healthcare during restitution of NHS services following the COVID outbreak. Aimed at system leaders and clinicians across the NHS, the webinars provide practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with.

Quality Improvement (QI) – Knowledge-creation, translation & implementation

Join our panel of clinical and industry experts in conversation, on Wednesday 20 January 2021 from 12:30 – 13.45, in the seventh of a series of free, live webinars.

Connect Health “Change” bring you the seventh in a series of webinars to make and embed transformation in healthcare. Aimed at system leaders and clinicians across the NHS, the webinars provide practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with.

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The need to close the gap between research and clinical practice is well considered and there have been some great steps in recent years to close this gap. One area which has shown great promise and continues to deliver positive outcomes is that of Quality Improvement (QI). Despite this, understanding of, engagement with, and benefits realised from QI is variable within healthcare.  This webinar will take a deep dive into QI from multiple stakeholder perspectives including clinicians, QI specialists, academics, commissioners, operations and ICS leaders with the aim to provide you with an understanding and clear direction to aid the translation of knowledge into practice to improve patient outcomes. 

This webinar will cover

  • Embracing research as an opportunity, rather than a threat
  • Knowledge translation from academia to the clinical coalface
  • Using evidence to foster sustainable improvement in healthcare
  • Lessons learnt and benefits from creating a dashboard across the ICS

Speakers will include experts from Integrated Care System leaders, Trust QI leads, CCG Commissioners, Knowledge Transfer roles and Academia.

 

Agenda

(subject to change)

12.30: Andrew Cuff, Consultant Physiotherapist & Regional Clinical Lead (North), Connect Health – introduction from the Chair

12.40: Prof Kay Stevenson, Consultant Physiotherapist, Honorary Professor of Musculoskeletal Care and Leadership, Versus Arthritis Clinical Champion, Keele University and Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – Knowledge translation from academia to clinical practice. Translating and implementing research into practice.

12.50: Prof Chris Littlewood, Professor of Musculoskeletal Research, Manchester Metropolitan University – Research brings opportunity, not threat, so let’s embrace it.

13.00: Andrea Gibbons, @Evidence4QI Founder & Improvement Evidence Lead, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust – will talk about using evidence for quality improvement in healthcare.

13.10: Luke Baumber, Associate Director of Quality Improvement, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust – Using data and KPIs to change and enhance behaviours and performance in Nottinghamshire, how to measure impact of a set intervention.

13.20: Rob Tyer, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist (APP) and clinical lead, Northumberland Joint Musculoskeletal and Pain Service – Overview of the 10/10 Clinical Guidelines, how they were developed, aims and why they help knowledge translation.

13.30: Q&A

13.45: End

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Prof Kay Stephenson

Prof Chris Littlewood

Andrea Gibbons

Luke Baumber

Rob Tyer

Joint Q&A Session

 

 

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When: Wednesday 20 January 2021, 12:30 – 13:45

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The webinar will be conducted over Microsoft Teams, there is no need to register for an account or download any software in advance.