- — NeonatalSPSP (@NeonatalSPSP)Wed, Feb 03 2016 10:06:15
- — Brian Robson (@brobson3)Wed, Feb 03 2016 10:16:23
- — Elaine Cockburn (@ElaineCockburn1)Wed, Feb 03 2016 10:19:57When did it become ok to stop caring? Only takes 5 mins to have caring conversation with families. Human connections so important #mcqicls6
- — Paediatric SPSP (@PaediatricSPSP)Wed, Feb 03 2016 10:27:03A trip down memory lane through the Maternity & Children programme. A will to improve has lead to safety successes. #MCQICLS6
- — Paediatric SPSP (@PaediatricSPSP)Wed, Feb 03 2016 10:39:21
- — NeonatalSPSP (@NeonatalSPSP)Wed, Feb 03 2016 11:09:24Process Mapping, Understanding Resistance to Change and Difficult Conversations are the topics for the #mcqicls6 breakouts - please share.
- — Lesley Macfarlane (@LMacfarlane20)Wed, Feb 03 2016 11:32:52Overcoming resistance needs logical case,from credible source with best interest of audience at heart. #mcqicls6
- — Paediatric SPSP (@PaediatricSPSP)Wed, Feb 03 2016 12:12:03Decision Making, A Socio-Cultural Perspective & Immersive Simulation for Patient Safety are the Human Factors themes for #mcqicls6
MCQIC Learning Session 6
The Maternity & Children Quality Improvement Collaborative (MCQIC) Learning Session Six took place in Glasgow on Wednesday 3 February 2016. Delegates were able to hear about different approaches to quality improvement, share tools and materials and network with teams in other NHS boards.
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