SHARE PROGRAMME INFORMATION
- SHARE Programme Dates Spring 2019
- Summary of Problem for Mentor
- How To Run A QI Project
- Worksheet Share Programme Launch
- Resources For SHARE Programme
- Glossary of Terms Quality Improvement
- Learning Aims and Objectives SHARE Programme
- Introduction To SHARE Programme Welcome Dr Louise Sands
- Share Presentation Launch
- Introduction ECHO 1
- SHARE Session 1
- Process Mapping ECHO 2
- Driver Diagrams ECHO 2
- Identifying The Problem – ECHO 3
- Improving ACR Monitoring ECHO 3
- Leading Change Coding ECHO 4
- The Human Side Of Change ECHO 4
- Community Of Practice Presentation Dr P Lusty Final Session
- Presentation Final Session Dr K McCollum
The habits of an Improver
Creating joy in work is the only way to save the NHS
Change-Capable Leadership; The Real Power Propelling Successful Change
How to run a QI project?
Creative Approaches to Problem Solving toolkit
RCGP Quick Guides
Quality Improvement guide for General Practice
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Quality Improvement and Innovation (Sharing best practice across NI)
Staff Checklist for QI
Service Users and Carers Checklist for QI
Guides to involving service users and carers in QI
How to huddle in GP and the subtitle be Huddles?
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Paperback – 4 Jan 1999
By Stephen R. Covey
The Health Care Data Guide: Learning from Data for Improvement
Paperback– 28 Oct 2011
By Lloyd Provost and Sandra Murray
The Improvement Guide: A Practical Approach to Enhancing Organizational Performance
Hardcover – 29 Apr 2009
by Gerald J. Langley and Ronald D. Moen
Memory jogger ll Healthcare Edition: A Pocket Guide of Tools for Continuous Improvement and Effective Planning
Spiral-bound – 1 Mar 2008
by Michael Brassard (Author), Diane Ritter (Author), Francine Oddo (Editor), Deborah Crovo (Illustrator)
“Our Practice, Our Problem, Our Solution” is a new funded programme being offered to all GP practices in NI, and delivered by NIMDTA. It offers your practice the opportunity to identify and share a problem, and consider ways to solve it. Have you ever thought…
“What if I had time to change one thing in the practice that would make things better for me, my colleagues, and my patients?”
Most agree that time does not currently exist. The constant reminders of the need to be more efficient and productive often result in us feeling worse about the job we do.
What if you did get that time?
Are you bombarded with a never-ending list of “repeats” to re-authorise, or with “missing script” requests? Do you struggle with the demand for house calls? Have you tried to free up phone access without success? Is your treatment room overwhelmed with demand? The list of clinical and administrative problems is endless.
This 6-session programme may be what you and your practice need.
We want to give you, and a member of your practice team, the help and support (and funded protected time), to talk about and plan a change that would make your surgery day just a little bit less demanding.
The good news is that you do not need to be certain of the practice problem you want to solve at the first session. There may be one burning issue creating a challenge for the practice, or there may be a long “to-do” list of choices. Perhaps the biggest challenge currently for the GPs is different to that of the practice manager, pharmacist, or staff. At the first session there will be plenty time to talk through how you can take that first step.
What we can provide?
1. FUNDED protected time for you to problem solve. (A claim form will be provided).
£250 per session GP
£92 per session Practice manager or Pharmacist.
2. Help and advice from GPs and practice managers working in NI who know exactly how hard it is to see beyond the huge workload. They also know how tough it can be to encourage weary colleagues and staff to get involved.
3. A mentor who can guide you through a range of Quality Improvement techniques and offer ideas about what has worked for them? You can contact them between sessions to help with the practicalities and challenges of making a change happen.
This course is currently oversubscribed; if you wish to hear about future courses email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What we need from you:
• One GP, and either your practice manager, or practice pharmacist to participate in each session.
• To complete a single page report outlining the problem you have chosen to work on, and the progress you have made by session 6 (this information will be anonymised).
• To complete an anonymous survey at the beginning and end of the programme to allow us to assess the value of this course.
** Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) http://ECHO.unm.edu
With the use of video-conferencing technology, participants benefit by sharing evidence-based, best practice guidance and case-based learning. The hub (multidisciplinary team of experts) and spoke (primary care providers) model has been shown to be an effective way of improving access to specialist supported care and improving patient outcomes.