The South West London ICS QI Conference will help partners from health and care providers across South West London to learn from nationally renowned Quality Improvement leaders, and from quality improvement projects and programmes of all sizes that target the priorities outlined in NHS England’s Model Health System – improving productivity, efficiency, effectiveness, safety and quality of care.
The South West London ICS QI Conference will support attendees to connect, network and collaborate through an interactive virtual platform. Attendees will also be able to:
- Model successes.
- Share learning and experiences.
- Facilitate system-wide spread of best practices.
- Prevent unnecessary duplication of quality improvement projects.
This conference is being support by Q, a community of thousands of people across the UK and Ireland, collaborating to improve the safety and quality of health and care. Q is delivered by the Health Foundation and supported and co-funded by partners across the UK and Ireland.
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Poster competition to showcase QI work
Health and care providers have submitted posters for the poster competition, which will be reviewed by an expert panel of judges from outside of South West London ICS. The top three entries for each category will present their work at the conference.
- Population Health and Reducing Healthcare Inequalities Award
- Patient Safety Award
- Flow and Discharge Award
- Staff Wellbeing, Recruitment and Retention
- A QI Culture Award
Creating a collaborative culture
Dr Gloria Rowland, Chief Nursing and Allied Health Professional Officer and Director for Patient Outcomes for South West London ICS, said:
“We are committed to embedding a collaborative culture of continual learning that recognises, values, supports, encourages and delivers continuous quality improvement.
“This conference is not only a great opportunity to celebrate some of our best achievements in transforming health and care services in South West London over the last year, but also to inspire others and to spread best practice.”