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Top 3 lessons learnt from healthcare improvers worldwide: The International Forum 2018

The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare 2018 took place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on 2-4 May 2018. It sets out to connect healthcare practitioners and leaders from across the globe, sharing improvement ideas and promoting research on quality and safety, with the aim to improve outcomes for patients. Dr Julie Reed, Rachel Matthews and Sophie Spitters attended representing the NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London (NIHR CLAHRC NWL) team. Based on their experience at the International Forum 2018, they share their top 3 lessons learnt.

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St Luke’s Hospice Woodgrange Centre: Applying Quality Improvement Methods in Hospice

Frail people at end of life need rapid access to palliative care services. CLAHRC NWL were commissioned by St. Luke’s hospice to use the systematic approach to quality improvement (QI) to improve access to end of life day services, create... Continue Reading →

IBD Care Model Research Driven Improvement Project

Brian Turley Award Winning, Patient-Centred Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Care Model Team based at St Mark’s Hospital, LNWUH NHS Trust lead on a NIHR CLAHRC NWL funded Research Driven Improvement Project to design a model of care for monitoring Inflammatory... Continue Reading →

Spring Collaborative Learning Event: Quality Improvement through Patient and Public Involvement

Last chance to register for the Spring Collaborative Learning Event! We look forward to seeing you there!

February Newsletter: A Look at the Hand & Wrist Virtual Fracture Clinic Pathway

Hand and wrist fractures are the most common fracture presentation to accident and emergency departments within the UK. Complications following both simple and complex hand and wrist fractures can have devastating consequences. The British Orthopaedic Association recommends initial assessment in... Continue Reading →

Building Capacity and capability of measurement in the ‘CLAHRC Community’ through Shared Learning

As part of CLAHRC's Public Health and Information Intelligence Cross Cutting Theme (PHII), we aim to build capacity and capability of measurement by teaching those in our community why it is important to measure; what to measure; how to measure; and understanding... Continue Reading →

NIHR CLAHRC NWL and Our Mobile Health Digital Health Community Launch

Our Mobile Health and CLAHRC Northwest London to collaborate on health app assessment through newly-created Digital Health Community Community aims to improve access to high-quality, evidence-based health applications. Our Mobile Health and NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London have joined forces to... Continue Reading →

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