It’s LGBT History Month with the theme this year of Peace, Reconciliation and Activism.
Organisations around the world are using Lean to redesign care and improve processes in a way that achieves and sustains meaningful results for patients, staff, physicians, and health systems.
An exciting opportunity is available for NHS staff in Scotland (Midwife, Health Visitor, Nurse or Allied Health Professional) to apply for a seconded clinical academic research fellow (CAF) post within the Mother and Infant Research Unit (MIRU) in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Dundee.
Great PhD funding opportunity https://www.sgsss.ac.uk/studentships/open-competition/ get in touch if you’re interested in studying within the SISCC network. Check out our website https://siscc.dundee.ac.uk or follow us on Twitter @EBimprovement
There is evidence that medical students have the potential to actively initiate, lead and bring about change through quality improvement within healthcare organisations.
Julie McLellan, a SISCC PhD researcher, supervised by Professor Helen Cheyne (Professor of Maternal and Child Health Research & the Royal College of Midwives (Scotland)) is developing an intervention to support midwives in
Find out more at the RCN Scotland Event on the 28th August
Latest NES Quality Improvement News Bulletin published July 2018 – keeping you up to date with everything related to public service QI in Scotland
An exciting opportunity has arisen to study for a PhD while examining a critically important issue for the quality of midwifery and maternity care. Working with internationally-respected supervisors, the successful candidate will conduct a three-part study of the new supervision model for midwives in Scotland. Project Title – Evaluating a new employer-led model of supervision for midwives […]