Monday 3 September 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
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This course is designed to give junior doctors the confidence to be involved in quality improvement projects in the work environment. Quality improvement projects in healthcare are a diverse entity, which can be applied to all specialities in all healthcare sectors.
Book your place for practical learning on how to design, lead and manage a quality improvement project, with expert advice on strategies for implementation and modes of finance.
Following on from this meeting is the John Glyn trainees audit prize event. Please submit an abstract below or click here to read more.
Call for abstracts
The John Glyn trainees audit prize will follow this meeting and call for abstracts are now open.
Submission deadline: Monday 30 July 2018
Meeting date: Monday 3 September 2018
Prize: Oral presentation: 1st - £250, 2nd - £100. Poster presentation: 1st - £100, 2nd - £50
Open to: Trainees from any hospital or primary care specialty
The John Glyn trainees' prize is awarded for an audit project undertaken during training. Abstracts must be of no more than 200 words including objective, method, results, discussion and conclusion. Applicants must be the primary authors of the original project.
For more information please click the apply button below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Dr Asfana Zaman and Dr Rafail Kotronias
Designing a quality improvement project
Dr Soren Kudsk-Iversen, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Anaesthetics, Oxford University Hospitals
Leading and managing a quality improvement project
Dr Afsana Zaman
Analysis and protocol derivation
Dr Rafail Angelos Kotronias, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Cardiology, Oxford University Hospitals
Tea and coffee break
The stakeholders involved
Jacqueline Totterdell, Chief Executive of St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Implementation of change
Finance of a quality improvement project
Dr Barnabas Gilbert
Breakout sessions x6
Dragon’s den competition
Dr Afsana Zaman, Dr Daniel M Fountain, Jacqueline Totterdell, Dr Barnabas Gilbert
Close of meeting
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Following on from the Trainees Section day 'Quality improvement projects in healthcare' meeting, the John Glyn trainees audit prize evening is a free evening meeting to support and learn from other trainees who have entered an abstract on an audit project undertaken during training. You will hear oral presentations from shortlisted applicants and view a poster presentation exhibition.Learn more
For information on this event, contact Lucy MorrissTel: 02072902980 Email: email@example.com