Quality Improvement PPiMH Special Interest Group

 

The 3rdPositive Practice in Mental Health Quality Improvement (QI) Special Interest Group, hosted by Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS FT (NTW), is on 21stNovember 2018 9.30-3.00.  The event is an opportunity to network with others from across the country, to learn from their quality improvement experiences and share your own.

Details of the draft agenda are included below.  If you would be interested in presenting your QI on the day, sharing your QI at the world café or harnessing the collective thinking in the room to discuss a particular challenge or QI opportunity then please contact us so that we can include you on the final agenda: Helen.lee12@nhs.net or lisa.webb3@nhs.netor sarah.keetley@ntw.nhs.uk

Quality Improvement Special Interest Group Draft Agenda

Wednesday 21st November 2018 9.30-3.00

Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS FT

The Jubilee Theatre, Main Building, St. Nicholas Hospital,

Jubilee Road, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 3XT

0930Coffee and registration
0950WelcomeTony and Angie Russell, PPiMH

Helen Lee, QI SIG Lead

Sarah Keetley, QI SIG Lead

Lisa Webb, Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS FT

1000Welcome to NTW – our QI story and the importance of co-productionJohn Lawlor, Chief Executive, NTW
1015NTW QI approachesTBC
1100World  café – an opportunity to engage in table top discussions where organisations share their experiences and learning (more slots available – just let us know)

·      Data entry and the impact on staff well being

·      Co-producing Always Event quality improvements in a medium secure hospital

·      Multi-provider Quality Improvement approaches

 

 

 

 

 

Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS FT

 

 

Lancashire Care NHS FT

 

 

NTW NHS FT

1230Lunch (provided) and networking
1315What’s better – age-based or needs-led pathways for Older People?  Facilitating contentious conversations!NTW NHS FT and

Gateshead Health NHS FT

 

 

 

 

 

1345World  café – an opportunity to engage in table top discussions where organisations share their experiences and learning

·      A focus on Children and Young People’s Mental Health – challenges and sharing Quality Improvements

·      Open space – the opportunity to bring your challenges and opportunities to share with colleagues and harness the collective thinking

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Keetley NTW

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1445Key QI messages – your opportunity to influence discussions about QI nationallyHelen Lee, QI SIG Lead
1455 – 1500CloseHelen Lee, QI SIG Lead

Sarah Keetley, QI SIG Lead

 

Please book your place on the event via the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/quality-improvement-special-interest-group-tickets-47995865927

Traveling to the event

Driving directions, A1 from the North– Take the Gosforth/Fawdon exit and at the roundabout turn left. Continue along to the traffic lights. At the traffic lights turn right. Follow the road and go straight on at the mini roundabout and over the metro railway crossing. Go straight on at the next set of traffic lights, past the fire station on the left. When approaching the next set of traffic lights move into the right hand lane and turn right into St. Nicholas Hospital site.

A1 from the South– Take the City North/Gosforth/Fawdon exit and at the roundabout turn right. Continue along to the traffic lights. At the traffic lights turn right. Follow the road and go straight on at the mini roundabout and over the metro railway crossing. Go straight on at the next set of traffic lights, past the fire station on the left. When approaching the next set of traffic lights move into the right hand lane and turn right into St. Nicholas Hospital site.

Car parking informationindividuals will need to pay for parking on this site

Getting here by Train/Metro

Those coming into Newcastle train station can take a taxi to the hospital (approx. 4 miles) or take the local Metro service (underground/overground train) – the Central train station also includes this underground link, and the nearest Metro stop to the hospital is Regent Centre, about a 15 minute walk. Turn right out of the Metro station and onto Great North Road. Walk along Great North road until you come to Henry Street. Turn right up Henry Street and continue up until you come to traffic lights at the crossroads. Cross the road and into St. Nicholas Hospital site.

Metro timetables

We look forward to seeing on the 21stNovember and to a great day J

Regards, Helen, Lisa and Sarah