QI Event 2018

Our third annual quality improvement event will be held at St Peter’s Hospital on Wednesday 27th June 2018 and we hope you can join us.

This all-day event will bring together staff from all across ASPH and beyond to celebrate some of the great quality improvement work that has been undertaken in the Trust in the last year; to meet and hear from some of the teams who have been working on QI projects, and to learn from others in an informal environment.

The theme of this year’s event is ‘Keep Improving, Keep Learning’.

Picture1We are passionate about creating a culture of ‘curiosity and creativity’ at ASPH, one that is fair, open and supportive; and one of the ways we will contribute to this culture is to have an approach to quality improvement that develops capacity and capability for individuals and teams to make improvements for themselves.  We also aim to become a learning organisation in order to eliminate avoidable harm to our patients.

We look forward to bringing together these two complimentary goals at our event with a focus on learning, sharing ideas and celebration and will also include:

  • Presentations from ASPH teams and others on their QI projects
  • Opportunities for discussion and networking with colleagues
  • A QI project poster competition open to everyone
  • And three external keynote speakers (more details below)

You can download the poster for the 2018 event here.

Our Keynote Speakers

Nikki Davey

Our first keynote speaker is Nicola Davey, Director, Quality Improvement Clinic and Trustee of the Clinical Human Factors Group.

Before founding the Quality Improvement Clinic, Nicola was the co-director of a national programme for Advanced Improvement in Quality and Safety and has a strong track record of achievements in training and delivering for service improvement, including the creation and validation of tools to promote patient safety.

A qualified pharmacist, Nicola spent her earlier career working in the acute sector before leading on medicines management in primary care and continues to promote and champion the work of the people she has supported in their quality improvement efforts.

Our second speaker is Adam Sewell-Jones, Executive Director of Improvement, NHS Improvement.

Sewell-Jones2c_Adam_Q_Member_Portraits.max-640x480Adam leads the Improvement Directorate at NHS Improvement responsible for developing improvement capabilities, specialist support teams, talent management and leadership development; as well as developing improvement methodology and promoting best practice.

Adam was previously Executive Director of Provider Sustainability at Monitor, the healthcare sector regulator whose responsibilities transferred to NHS Improvement on 1 April 2016. He joined Monitor in August 2015.  Adam has 23 years’ experience within the NHS and was previously Deputy Chief Executive at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Our third speaker is Peter Lachman, Chief Executive Officer of ISQua (The International Society for Quality in Health Care) and Health Foundation Quality Improvement Fellow at IHI.

Peter Lachman photoPeter previously developed the quality improvement programme at Great Ormond Street Hospital where he was the Deputy Medical Director with the lead for Patient Safety. Prior to joining ISQua, Peter was also a Consultant Paediatrician at the Royal Free Hospital in London.

Peter is also currently the National Clinical Lead for SAFE, an RCPCH programme and Lead International Faculty at RCPI in Dublin. He co-directs the Leadership and Quality programme to develop clinical leaders in quality improvement and is co-founder and Chairperson of Paediatric International Patient Safety and Quality Community.

A full programme will be confirmed soon…

To book your place at the 2018 event please email: asp-tr.bethechange@nhs.net

Whatever role you are in, this event is for you so book your place soon.