Sweeney collaborative: children and families (London)
A number of organisations told us that they wanted to take part in our Sweeney collaborative on children and families with Alder Hey but did not know about it in time, so we have decided to run a further collaborative on the same theme.
Point of Care Foundation headquarters at CAN Mezzanine, 7–14 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YR
Please note: This course was previously scheduled to begin in September 2020 but has been postponed until early 2021 due to Covid-19.
A number of organisations told us that they wanted to take part in our Sweeney collaborative on children and families with Alder Hey but did not know about it in time, so we have decided to run a further collaborative on the same theme in London.
We will work with a number of teams from NHS organisations to equip them with skills and support to carry out patient-centred service design. The teams will come together to learn these methods, teach and learn from each other in three one-day events.
What’s on offer?
- Structured training in patient-centred service design techniques
- Collaborative learning events to create space for teams to work together and learn from others
- Tailored teaching from our expert faculty, including both clinical leaders and service users
- Written, video and audio materials to support the learning
- Ongoing coaching and mentoring from accredited personal development coaches
- A strong track record in working in the care of children and families
We hold two one-day master classes and a ‘celebration day’ to showcase projects and share learning.
Alongside these, over a six-month period, each team will have access to up to 20 hours of support from experienced improvement coaches. Our programmes are backed up by two webinars and provision of online resources. Your team will receive up to 35 hours of training and support over the course of the programme.
- Day 1 – Discovering patients’ and families experience and creating urgency for change | Setting out your goals for improving patients’ and families’ experiences | Designing, collecting and interpreting measures for improvement.
- Day 2 – Getting your patient-centred quality improvement project off the ground and keeping it on track | Translating patient experience insight into tangible improvements | Creating functional and resilient improvement teams | Ensuring that the key people are engaged in your project.
- Day 3 – Celebration and showcasing event to share and learn from projects’ successes.
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