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Quality Improvement Priorities showcase event

09 Jan 2018 10:29:40


The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust has developed nine Quality Improvement Priorities for 2018/19 to ensure that there is a continuous drive to improve the quality of care provided for our patients.

The nine priorities are:

• Missed or delayed diagnosis
• Deteriorating patient (inc Sepsis)
• Medication safety
• End of life care
• Discharge
• Capturing the views of inpatients
• Preparing for the CQC inspection
• Mental Capacity Act
• Effective outcomes for women and baby

A lead for each priority has been allocated and they have developed the details for each priority including the aims, objectives and measures.

The Trust is holding a Quality Improvement Priorities drop-in showcase event on Wednesday 31 January 2018 from 9.30-11.30am in the Lecture Theatre, D Level at Rotherham Hospital.

Everyone is invited to attend where the leads for each priority will be on hand to provide you with further details, listen to your comments and answer any questions you may have.

By holding this session, and getting your feedback, it will help us ensure that the Trust is continually developing and improving the quality of its services for our patients.

If you have any queries about the event, please contact Anne Rolfe, Quality Governance, Compliance and Risk Manager at anne.rolfe@rothgen.nhs.uk.
 

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