QI Behaviour Change Seminar

QI Behaviour Change Seminar

Edinburgh - 1st May 2018

The national workshop had multi-disciplinary representation from across NHS Boards, Third sector organisations and Academia.  There were a number of presentations including Rebekah Carton from Scottish Government on the Best Start Maternal and Neonatal review and inspirational presentations on addressing barriers and enablers to embedding the evidence into routine care and family empowerment.  There was also a presentation around constructing a driver diagram to break down the evidence into action and a number of resources to help with action planning were given to delegates in the form of a toolkit.

The agenda provides an overview of the day’s programme.  Presentations are detailed below together with action planning paperwork:

Delegate Agenda
Rebekah Carton - Maternity and Neonatal Review Update - presentation and film
Dr. Nicola Gray and Dr. Alison Munro - Evidence into Practice  - presentation or film
Dr. Nashwa Matta - Breaking down the barriers - presentation and film
Marjorie Clark - Breaking down the barriers, BFI Accreditation - presentation and film
Karen Tosh - Investment in knowledge - presentation and film 
Alison Findlay - When is a chair more than a chair? - presentation and film
Jackie Tolland and Antonia Caithness - Family Empowerment - presentation and film
Gill Milner - Driver diagram exercise
Thoughts of the Day - film
Capturing the 'why'?

Action Planning Resources
Evidence into Practice Neonatal Workshop - Pre-Work
Unit Vision

Unit Priorities
Consultation Data
Action Planning Template (with example)
Driver diagram template

Evidence into Practice: Regional Neonatal Workshops

Aberdeen - 24th April 2017

The North of Scotland workshop had a great representation from clinical staff working across the Units who shared a wealth of experience, knowledge and good practice examples.  Colleagues from academia and parental advocacy groups supported these really valuable discussions around the practices of breastfeeding and skin-to-skin kangaroo care.

The agenda provides an overview of the day’s programme, which included a film of Associate Professor Renee Flacking’s inspirational story of change from her Unit in Sweden; links to all presentations are detailed below:

Delegate Agenda
Julie Anderson - Introduction to SISCC

Linda Wolfson - The Best Start & Implementing the Maternal and Infant Nutrition Framework
Anne Tainsh - Taking Neonatal Care to the Next Level
Associate Professor Reneé Flacking - Kangaroo Care and Early Breastfeeding (film below)
Dr Nicola Gray - Findings from the online consultation
Gillian Bowker & Margaret Brownell - HUGG: A Journey in Family Integrated Care
Professor Mary Wells - The Influence of Context on Evidence into Practice Improvement
Gill Milner - How do we take this forward?

Edinburgh - 19th April 2017

Representatives from all the units in the South East and Tayside Neonatal Network came together, with academic, policy and parental advocacy group representatives to look at the evidence-base supporting the practices of breastfeeding and skin-to-skin kangaroo care.

Associate Professor Renee Flacking, from Dalarna University in Sweden provided the key note address and shared the inspirational story of change in practice in her Unit. The agenda provides an overview of the day’s programme.  Films and presentations are detailed below:

Delegate Agenda
Professor Mary Renfrew - Introduction to SISCC

Linda Wolfson - The Best Start & Implementing the Maternal and Infant Nutrition Framework (film)
Anne Tainsh - Taking Neonatal Care to the Next Level (film)
Associate Professor Reneé Flacking - Kangaroo Care and Early Breastfeeding (film)
Dr Kate Woodman - Providing the Best Medicine: Summary of the Evidence in Support of Breast (milk) feeding in Neonatal Units (film)
Dr Nicola Gray - Findings from the online consultation (film)
Gillian Bowker & Margaret Brownell - HUGG: A Journey in Family Integrated Care (film)
Dr Emma Coles - The Influence of Context on Evidence into Practice Improvement (film)
Gill Milner - How do we take this forward?

Glasgow - 29th March 2017

Staff from all disciplines across the West of Scotland Neonatal Network came together, along with academic and parental advocacy group representatives to look at the evidence-base supporting the practices of breastfeeding and skin-to-skin kangaroo care.

There was a great energy in the room and a graphical representation of the discussion and outputs was captured.  The agenda provides an overview of the day’s programme and the presentations are detailed below:

Delegate Agenda
Professor Mary Renfrew - Introduction to SISCC
Linda Wolfson - The Best Start & Implementing the Maternal and Infant Nutrition Framework
Professor Mary Renfrew - Kangaroo care and breastfeeding for babies in neonatal units and their parents
Dr Nicola Gray - Findings from the online consultation
Dr Colin Peters - Neonatal Patient Safety
Professor Mary Wells - The Influence of Context on Evidence into Practice Improvement
Gill Milner - How do we take this forward?