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& NEONATES. Reflections from Day 1 Dr Katherine McKay. & NEONATES. Reflections - Project Plans Further refinement during day 2 Segmentation and manageability. & NEONATES. Reflections - Cross fertilisation Working with your neonatal colleagues and wider safety teams

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Reflections from Day 1

Dr Katherine McKay

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Reflections - Project Plans

  • Further refinement during day 2
  • Segmentation and manageability
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Reflections - Cross fertilisation

  • Working with your neonatal colleagues and wider safety teams
  • Learning Session ideas
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Reflections – Buddying

  • Sharing concerns and successes
impressions
Impressions

3 words

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Icebreaker

David Maxwell

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Who’s who?

Workings as a group:

  • Identify a scribe
  • Write all of your first names in the grid provided: NOT YET!!
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Who’s who?

  • In 3 minutes write as many words you can find on the grid (3 letters or more)
  • Letters must adjoin each other in the grid, but do not have to be in a straight line
  • Scoring:
    • 3 or 4 letter words = 1 point
    • 5 letter word = 2 points
    • 6 letter word = 3 points
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Exploring Safety & Size

Chair: Fiona Dagge-Bell

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Exploring Safety & Size

Dr Katherine McKay

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We don’t have lots of neonates admitted every year.

Not all of the driver diagram applies to our service

We have half of all neonatal annual admissions through our unit

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The juxtaposition of Safety V’s Size

How can we see improvement if the numbers are so low?

We don’t use CVCs here very often

We have neonates from all over Scotland admitted to our unit.

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Quality Improvement Activity

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Matt Jobson

NHS Grampian

does size really matter
Does size really matter?
  • Ward 2 - Elgin
  • District General Hospital
  • 8 Beds
  • General Paeds
  • Surgical – Acute & Elective
  • OPD
  • 29 staff (most part-time)
  • Management structure via RACH
  • 70 miles from RACH
  • 1 service over 2 sites
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Does size really matter?

All general ward SPSPP undertaken in Ward 2

Ideal area for small tests of change / rapid improvement

Dedicated & motivated team

Excellent links developed with RACH

Excellent links with adult acute sector

Sharing of knowledge & ideas

Combined approach to quality improvement work

No… it doesn’t matter!

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de Bono: The 6 Thinking Hats

Bernie McCulloch, Improvement Advisor

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Guidance

  • simple and fun method
  • allows delegates to look at problems from non-traditional perspectives.
  • adds depth to the planning process by ensuring that all possibilities are explored
  • good critical-thinking tool for students.
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Objective

Encourage critical thinking.

Explore project ideas from a variety of viewpoints.

Add depth to the planning process

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Intuitive Informative Constructive

Cautious Creative Reflective

the blue hat

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The Control Hat - organising thinking itself

Sets the focus, calls for the use of other hats.

Monitors and reflects on the thinking processes used.

Blue is for planning.

The blue hat
the white hat

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The white hat

The Information Seeking Hat

What are the facts?

What information is available? What is relevant?

When wearing the white hat we are neutral in our thinking.

the red hat

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The Feelings Hat

What do you feel about the suggestion?

What are your gut reactions?

What intuitions do you have?

Don’t think too long or too hard.

The red hat
the black hat

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The Caution Hat

In the black hat a thinker points out errors or pit-falls.

What are the risks or dangers involved?

Identifies difficulties and problems.

The black hat
the yellow hat

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The Sunshine at

It is positive and constructive.

It is about effectiveness and getting a job done.

What are the benefits, the advantages

The yellow hat
the green hat

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This is the creative mode of thinking.

Green represents growth and movement.

In the green hat we look to new ideas and solutions.

Lateral thinking wears a green hat.

The green hat
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Intuitive Informative Constructive

Cautious Creative Reflective

six thinking hats

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Six thinking hats
  • Blue hat—cool and controlled; rule over other hats.
  • White hat—pure facts, figures and objective information.
  • Red hat—emotions and feelings; hunches and intuition.
  • Black hat—devil’s advocate; logical negative judgment; why it won’t work.
  • Yellow hat—sunshine, brightness and optimism; positive constructive thought.
  • Green hat—fertile, creative, new ideas, movement, provocation.
scenario

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Scenario

“Cars should be banned from the city centre”

  • Apply different hat thinking to this suggestion.
  • Don’t worry if you agree or disagree with the statement
the blue hat1

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The control hat, organising thinking itself

Sets the focus, calls for the use of other hats.

Monitors and reflects on the thinking processes used.

Blue is for planning.

The blue hat
the white hat1

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The white hat

The information seeking hat

What are the facts?

What information is available? What is relevant?

When wearing the white hat we are neutral in our thinking.

the red hat1

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The feelings hat

What do you feel about the suggestion?

What are your gut reactions?

What intuitions do you have?

Don’t think too long or too hard.

The red hat
the black hat1

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The black hat

The Caution hat

In the black hat a thinker points out errors or pit-falls.

What are the risks or dangers involved?

Identifies difficulties and problems.

the yellow hat1

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The sunshine hat

It is positive and constructive.

It is about effectiveness and getting a job done.

What are the benefits, the advantages

The yellow hat
the green hat1

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This is the creative mode of thinking

Green represents growth and movement.

In the green hat we look to new ideas and solutions.

Lateral thinking wears a green hat.

The green hat
the blue hat2

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The control hat, organising thinking itself

Sets the focus, calls for the use of other hats.

Monitors and reflects on the thinking processes used.

Blue is for planning.

The blue hat
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Exploring Safety & Size

Chair: Fiona Dagge-Bell

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Learning Session 3 - breakouts

Kirsty Ellis

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Neonates: 3 breakout

Sessions

  • Formal storyboard session
  • Quality improvement refresher
  • Measurement
  • Human Factors
  • What else?

Paediatrics: 3 breakout

Sessions

  • Formal storyboard session
  • National PEWS update
  • National Sepsis update
  • Human Factors
  • What else?
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Next steps

Dr Katherine McKay & Bernie McCulloch

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Priorities from a Scottish Government perspective:

  • Improving care for patients & families using neonatal & children’s services in Scotland
  • Delivery of the programme
  • Funding and accountability of the National Programme
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Priorities from the national team perspective:

  • Improving care for patients & families using neonatal & children’s services in Scotland
  • Delivery of the programme
  • Funding and accountability of the National Programme
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Priorities from a local team perspective:

  • Improving care for patients & families using neonatal & children’s services in Scotland
  • Delivery of the programme
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Project plans & Board planning

  • Further develop your project plans taking into account the discussions you have had this morning
  • Spend 20 minutes in your boards discussing your local plans to support the work you have described.
    • What do you need to do
    • Who is responsible for doing it
    • Clear time scales – quick turn around
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Close Day 2

Paediatric & Neonatal Networking Event

21st & 22nd January 2014

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