Speaker handouts and presentations from London 2017

Wednesday

M1: International Improvement Science and Research Symposium – Slides 1

M1: International Improvement Science and Research Symposium – Slides 2

M1: International Improvement Science and Research Symposium – Slides 3

M1: International Improvement Science and Research Symposium – Slides 4

M1: International Improvement Science and Research Symposium – Slides 5

M2: Measuring Harm & Designing System-wide Improvement – Handout

M2: Measuring Harm & Designing System-wide Improvement – Slides

M3: Getting quality improvement published – Handout 1

M3: Getting quality improvement published – Handout 2

M3: Getting quality improvement published – Handout 3

M5: Engaging healthcare professionals to transform care

M6: State of [Patient] Engagement

X7: Primary Care

Thursday

A1: Transferring Innovations Internationally to Address Intractable Problems 

A2: Improving care for children and women in the warm heart of Africa – Slides 1

A2: Improving care for children and women in the warm heart of Africa – Slides 2

A3: Patients as partners – Slides 1

A3: Patients as partners – Slides 2

A3: Patients as partners – Slides 2

A5: Community-level improvement teams address people-centered care in Uganda, Tanzania and Botswana – Handout

A6: The patient-centred health care home as an enabler to improving transitions of care – Handout

A6: The patient-centred health care home as an enabler to improving transitions of care – Slides

A7: “QI is a journey not a destination” – How Leaders Navigate the Way

A8: Optimizing costs and outcomes in healthcare: from theory to real life, with insights from Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven

B1: Hearing the patient voice – Slides

B1: Hearing the patient voice – Handout

B3: Restoring joy in work and preventing burnout: an IHI framework for joy

B4: Tackling complex safety issues in mental health – Handout 1

B4: Tackling complex safety issues in mental health – Handout 2

B4: Tackling complex safety issues in mental health – Slides

B5: What we’ve learned from cost-effectiveness studies of improvement interventions

B6: Culture matters

C1: 12 years of empowering patients, improving lives, feeling fabulous! #Empowerlution – Handout

C1: 12 years of empowering patients, improving lives, feeling fabulous! #Empowerlution – Slides

C2: Whole system approach: A cost effective way to allow patients to self-manage

C3: The Future of Medication Safety in the Operating Room

C5: Building Capacity and Capability: The Really BIG Challenge!

C8: Healthcare professional education and quality improvement: achieving value at low cost

R1: Learning from community organizing – involving patients and citizens in improving healthcare – Slides 1

R1: Learning from community organizing – involving patients and citizens in improving healthcare – Handout

R1: Learning from community organizing – involving patients and citizens in improving healthcare – Slides 2

R2: The Wee Wheel and Sepsis Box: large scale change at low cost

R3: Improving Patient Safety in Latin American ICUs: The Goodbye Bacteremias Collaborative

R5: A practical tool to balance individual and organizational learning from medication errors and support second victims

R6: Curious Leadership: the improvement explorers kit bag

R7: Gender is critical to improving quality of care

R8: Improving Medicines Safety at Transfers of Care: A Quality Improvement Programme

R9: Curling in Leadership versus Alignment Leadership

R10: eHealth and appropriate care

R11: Patient involvement is everyone’s responsibility – but how? The Q initiative as an example at scale

R12: Working with parents to improve safety

Friday

 

BR4: Breakfast session 4: EY and Johns Hopkins University High Reliability Organising programme – can it save lives?

D1: Improving the lives of patients through engagement

D2: Health and service outcomes for older people – mobile emergency teams address needs

D3: Why we must take burnout seriously if we want to improve the quality and safety of patient care

D4: Primary care transformation: using diabetes as an example

D5: Improving maternity care through engaging communities – Slides 1

D5: Improving maternity care through engaging communities – Slides 2

D6: Leading and supporting quality improvement. What can junior doctors do?

D7: Right Care at the Right Time: Appropriate use of Cesarean Section

D9: Arts & Health collaborations to improve patient care

E1: Power to the People – who needs pills?

E2: Passion, patients and performance – how obsession with the patients’ experience delivers high quality care at lower cost – Handout 1

E2: Passion, patients and performance – how obsession with the patients’ experience delivers high quality care at lower cost – Handout 2

E2: Passion, patients and performance – how obsession with the patients’ experience delivers high quality care at lower cost – Slides

E3: Patient-focused clinical care – Slides 1

E3: Patient-focused clinical care – Slides 2 

E4: Bridging the gap – reducing inequalities between physical and mental health care

E5: Developing leaders through the lens of patient experience

E7: From matrix to personalised care

E8: Data, learning and improvement: two approaches to national leadership for system change in safety – the Development of the Patient Safety Incident Management (DPSIMS) project and Reducing the risk of Antimicrobial Resistance

F1: Perfectly designed. Building Capability and Leadership for a sustainable future

F2: Experiential Learning in Quality Improvement (QI): Mr. Potato Head as the basis for a two day introductory QI curriculum

F3: 10,000 Voices: Listening to, Learning from, improving and influencing Patient Experience in Northern Ireland

F4: Environmental sustainability and healthcare sustainability: two sides of the same coin

F5: Can we really learn from the past?

F6: Where social movements meet co-design – participation in healthcare improvement

F7: An Effective Method for Providing Complex Care: Southcentral Foundation’s Patient-Centered Approach

F8: PACK – Improving Primary Health Care to meet the Sustainability Development Goals

K3: Keynote 3: Derek Feeley and Jason Leitch: Three curves and seven stories