Quality Improvement Collaboratives
Quality Improvement Collaboratives (QICs) involve groups of professionals coming together, either from within an organisation or across multiple organisations, to learn from and motivate each other to improve the quality of health services. Teams from multiple health facilities will collaborate to share learning on a given topic and apply a structured cycle of change testing. The overall aim being to help these organisations to achieve their goal of improving care delivery and enhancing patient outcomes.
This month we’ve prepared several extremely helpful articles about QICs, and we’d like to share them with you.
What is an Improvement Collaborative?
Here we look at what constitutes an Improvement Collaborative, what they're used for, and how to get started. Read more about improvement collaboratives.
What is a Breakthrough Series collaborative?
How do I run a QI collaborative?
QI Collaboratives are groups of people from different units or organisations who work together in a structured way and share learning and experience in order to create more efficient services. Find out how to run a QI collaborative.
10 Top tips to consider
PQCs: Enhancing the quality of care for mothers & babies, one State at a time.
Ensuring quality of care during pregnancy and childbirth is crucial to improving health outcomes and reducing preventable mortality and morbidity among women and their newborns. Read more about PQCs.
The Courage of Compassion
Even before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the health and social care workforce across the United Kingdom was struggling to cope.
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