Wave 7 – Winchester
The Winchester wave took part in the QI Collaborative from November 2019 to December 2020. Please have a look through the posters and presentations.
|Session 1||12 November 2019|
|Session 2||12 February 2020|
|Session 3||22 October 2020|
|Session 4||16 December 2020|
Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals
(Contains: attendance, cancellations, DNAs, adapting to Covid, telephone clinics, downloading from home, NPDA results)
Cym Taf Morgannwg
(Contains: Newly diagnosed pathway, fishbone analysis, driver diagram, patient feedback, SEREN modules, staff training)
Dorset County Hospitals
(Contains: team communication, structured education, clinic model, adapting to Covid, downloading at home, cancellations)
(keywords: nurse education, newly diagnosed, DeApp, driver diagram, fishbone analysis, outcome data, PDSA cycle)
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Guy’s and St Thomas
(keywords: self management from diagnosis, downloading, fishbone analysis)
King’s College Hospitals
The team at King’s College tell us about their QI journey in improving the education of newly diagnosed patients (Contains: newly diagnosed, patient education, driver diagram, SEREN, feedback from parents).
(keywords: improving transition, patient feedback, adapting to Covid, driver diagram, fishbone analysis)
St George’s Hospitals
‘Working on our newly diagnosed pathway’ – The team at St George’s Healthcare talk about the improvements made to their High Hba1c, Pump Start and Newly Diagnosed pathways (contains: fishbone analysis, driver diagram, outcome data, qualitative feedback, high HBa1c, pump start, newly diagnosed).