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April Newsletter: Building Capacity in Quality Improvement Using Bite-Sized eLearning

NIHR CLAHRC NWL offers an alternative way to build capacity in individuals via an eLearning resource called QI4U (Quality Improvement for You). Quality Improvement (QI) methods in healthcare are normally delivered through classroom-based education. This traditional way of training creates... Continue Reading →

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March Newsletter: Building future leaders: Integrating Quality Improvement in a Public Health Masters Programme

The 2018/2019 ‘Quality Improvement in Healthcare’ module led by Dr Tom Woodcock and Dr Mable Nakubulwa forms part of the Health Services and Systems stream on the Master of Public Health (MPH) at Imperial College London. This 10-week long module... Continue Reading →

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QI4U: Learn Quality Improvement in Bite Sizes

NIHR CLAHRC NWL's Learning and Improvement Fellow, Vimal Sriram, works in the Collaborative Learning and Partnerships Theme, focusing on building capacity and capability of patients, clinical, non-clinical and academic staff in the use of the CLAHRC NWL  systematic approach for quality improvement... Continue Reading →

CLAHRC NWL Brings Predictive Modelling Problem to Imperial’s Data Drive Hackathon

The NIHR CLAHRC NWL PHII team participated in a ‘Data Dive’ hackathon event hosted by the Imperial College Mathematics Department from 2nd July to 6th of July 2018. There were five different real-world ‘catchy’ problems presented. One of the problems... Continue Reading →

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