Phase 2 – Our progress so far!

In phase 2 we explore measurement for improvement through our instructional videos. Within our session we will explore ways in which we can involve children and young people.

Phase 2 – Our progress so far!

Please view the below video and flowchart for how to prepare for our second session.

1. Virtual presentations: Our progress so far!

One huge benefit gained by a collaborative process is the ability to share and learn from each other. We are all trying to fix the same problems, even if the context is a little different for everyone.

There is a high chance someone somewhere has tried to fix a similar problem to you already! Sharing our bright spots as well as our challenges will speed up the things we test and the way we deal with any barriers along the way.

How does the Virtual presentations session work?

  1. Each team creates a presentation in a similar format (the slides for this are below).
  2. Each team chooses two people to present the slide set. This needs to be clear, concise, show data and pictures if possible and stick to 7 minutes maximum.
  3. You are given 7 minutes to present and 3 minutes to compliment then ask questions/make suggestions.

We suggest you make the slides up as a team and run the presentation past yourselves at least once to be sure that what you all want to say is included.

It is a highly effective way to share and a very energising experience both as you do it and after, when you use what you have learnt to refine your own work.

2. Measurement for improvement – Please work through the below exercises. These will give you an introduction to measurement for improvement. Feel free to print out the below flowchart to keep track of videos and exercises completed.

Getting started with measurement for improvement

Measurement for improvement (1 of 3)

Tricia explains three principles behind measurement for improvement.

Discuss in your team –

  • What is it that we are trying to improve?
  • What would great look like?
  • Are we measuring the right things to tell us that we have made an improvement?

Measurement for improvement (2 of 3)

Tricia explains how measurement for improvement in QI differs from others data collection methods.

Measurement for improvement (3 of 3)

Tricia looks at how we use analytical statistics in QI, as we look at a complex situation over time.

We look forward to working with you on session 2!

Further reading

If you would like to find out more about measurement for improvement then feel free to explore the following articles/webpages –

NHS England – Framework for involving patients in patient safety

Feedback and suggestions about this site

VisualV1 - ArrowCreated with Sketch. VisualV1 - ArrowCreated with Sketch.