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Training Advisory Group

 

In a nutshell: The Improvement Academy is co-ordinating a cross-regional Advisory Group to develop a framework of Quality Improvement Training for Yorkshire & the Humber. Members of this group are nominated representatives from NHS organisations and academic institutions from across the region. 

 

The Quality Improvement Training Advisory Group was established to shape a framework for Quality Improvement Training across the region.  Representatives were invited from all NHS provider and commissioner organisations along with academic institutions involved in the curriculum planning and delivery for both undergraduate and postgraduate medics.

Developing a comprehensive Quality Improvement Training Framework will make the Quality Improvement Training for the Yorkshire & Humber region more accessible and responsive, strengthening a common language and approach to quality, safety and improvement training.

Advisory Group Aims and Objectives:

 

  Advisory Group members will be asked to give advice and support regarding:
1  The overarching strategic ‘vision’ and framework for the QIT training programme
2  The high-level content of the training programme and its associated modules
3  Overlap or duplication with any existing training activities
4  Preferred modalities for delivering training to different audiences
5  Amount of time that can be ring-fenced for training by different audiences
6  Methods for reviewing and evaluating the outcomes/outputs from training that ensure that future training is improved on this basis
7  Running pilots to test the impact of the training
8  Promoting the training within their organisations
9  Ways of publicising the training programme to ensure levels of uptake meet the desired goal
10  The development of structures and processes that will support a co-ordinated approach to training within organisations

Resources

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Maureen McGeorge - Improvement Program Manager

Maureen.McGeorge@bthft.nhs.uk

01274 383966