Quality Improvement and Patient Safety: Improvement Science in Anaesthesia Training

Wed, 26/04/2017
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Event organiser(s): 
Dr John Colvin and Dr Carolyn Johnston


A one day meeting to support the introduction of Quality Improvement and Improvement Science to the Anaesthesia training curriculum.

The aim of the day is to build knowledge, insight, enthusiasm, reassurance and confidence amongst the training community to support the introduction and spread of systematic Quality Improvement using proven Improvement Science methodology.  Building on our feedback from last year’s successful event we will move the emphasis of the day to even more hands-on practical experience.

This event is great value for money as delegates will receive a full day of training at a reduced rate.

This event is primarily suitable for QuARCs's, Consultant Anaesthetists particularly Regional Advisers, Deputy Regional Advisers, College Tutors and Senior Trainees, however all are welcome.

Delegate feedback from previous events;

  • "Excellent overview of what Quality Improvement is delivered by outstanding and enthusiastic speakers"
  • "Excellent introduction to QI and advice on training others in QI"
  • "Excellent course that is very relevant to clinical practice. I learnt a lot of new things. It was an inspiring day!"

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