QI Behaviour Change Seminar

    Quality Improvement Behaviour Change Seminar - 26th September 2018

"Can behavioural factors influence the delivery and sustainability of improvement initiatives?"

The aim of the seminar was to provide delegates with thoughts/ideas/new ways of overcoming existing challenges. 

On this webpage you'll find a copy of the presentations and links to relevant resources - if you would like more information please contact SISCC.

 

Presentations

 

Ten Tips on implementation
Professor Robbie Foy, Professor Primary Care, University of Leeds

Quality improvement in NHS Lothian mental health
Dr Jane Cheeseman, Consultant Psychiatrist/QI Lead, NHS Lothian
Maria Holancova, QI Project Manager, NHS Lothian

Applying behavioural science frameworks to design quality improvement interventions: the Behaviour Change Wheel approach
Dr Fabiana Lorencatto, Research Fellow, University College London

The importance of "form of delivery" in implementing behaviour change interventions for improvement    
Professor Brian Williams, Professional of Health Services Research, Edinburgh Napier University

Papers and Links from Presentations

 

Professor Robbie Foy
Action to Support Practices Implement Research Evidence (ASPIRE): protocol for a cluster-randomised evaluation of adaptable implementation packages targeting ‘high impact’ clinical practice recommendations in general practice
Practice based, longitudinal, qualitative interview study of computerised evidence based guidelines in primary care
Incentivised case finding for depression in patients with chronic heart disease and diabetes in primary care: an ethnographic study
Predictive risk stratification model: a randomised stepped-wedge trial in primary care (PRISMATIC)
A cluster randomised controlled trial of educational prompts in diabetes care: study protocol
Evaluating service delivery interventions to enhance patient safety
The effects of on-screen, point of care computer reminders on processes and outcomes of care
Variations in achievement of evidence-based, high-impact quality indicators in general practice: An observational study
The effectiveness of strategies to change organisational culture to improve healthcare performance: a systematic review

Dr. Fabiana Lorencatto
Application of theory to enhance audit and feedback interventions to increase the uptake of evidence-based transfusion practice: an intervention development protocol
Bridging the gap between pragmatic intervention design and theory: using behavioural science tools to modify an existing quality improvement programme to implement “Sepsis Six”
Antibiotic prescribing in long-term care facilities: a qualitative, multidisciplinary investigation
The behaviour change wheel: A new method for characterising and designing behaviour change interventions
Applying the Behaviour Change Wheel - a very brief guide
The Behaviour Change Wheel - A Guide To Designing Interventions
Workshop Handout


Professor Brian Williams
Using digital notifications to improve attendance in clinic: systematic review and meta-analysis
Form of delivery as a key ‘active ingredient’ in behaviour change interventions
Texting to Reduce Alcohol Misuse (TRAM): main findings from a randomized controlled trial of a text message intervention to reduce binge drinking among disadvantaged men
Which Images and Features in Graphic Cigarette Warnings Predict Their Perceived Effectiveness? Findings from an Online Survey of Residents in the UK
Workshop Handout