Wave 8 – Darlington
The Darlington wave started the programme in January 2020 and will end in March 2021.
|Session 1||22 January 2020|
|Session 2||22 September 2020|
|Session 3||9 December 2020|
|Session 4||9 March 2021|
Session 4 posters and videos – 9 March 2021
County Durham and Darlington
Hull University Hospital
The team at Hull University Teaching Hospitals take us through the QI journey where they have worked to improve patient’s self-management through increasing the rates of device upload and implementing carb-counting at diagnosis. This presentation was recorded as part of the final celebratory session on 9 March 2021 (contains: improving self management, CHO from diagnosis, adapting to working virtually).
Contact a QI Collaborative team
(keywords: technology, TidePool, DigiBete app, qualitative feedback, collecting time in range, outcome data)
(keywords: communication, education, advice, families, key messages, consistent messages)
(keywords: transition, transition pathway, ready/steady/go, MDT handover sheet, process mapping, patient feedback, data)
South Tyneside and Sunderland
(keywords: improving communication, communication pathways, DigiBete, qualitative feedback)
The team at South Tyneside Foundation Trust talk about their QI journey so far including how they are using communication pathways and making more effective use of resources.
(contains: Digibete, getting feedback from families, qualitative feedback, adaptation to Covid19).
The team at Northumbria Healthcare take us through their QI journey so far. This presentation was recorded as part of the World Café activity on session 2 (contains: improving transition, finding time to meet about QI, process map, transition checklist, improving team working).
The team at Hull University Teaching Hospitals take us through the QI journey so far. This presentation was recorded as part of the World Café event on session 2 (contains: improving self management, CHO from diagnosis, adapting to working virtually).