& 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
Reflections - Project Plans
Reflections - Cross fertilisation
Reflections – Buddying
Workings as a group:
Exploring Safety & Size
Dr Katherine McKay
Not all of the driver diagram applies to our service
We have half of all neonatal annual admissions through our unit& NEONATES
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.
Quality Improvement Activity
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!
de Bono: The 6 Thinking Hats
Bernie McCulloch, Improvement Advisor
Encourage critical thinking.
Explore project ideas from a variety of viewpoints.
Add depth to the planning process
Learning Session 3 - breakouts
Neonates: 3 breakout
Paediatrics: 3 breakout
Dr Katherine McKay & Bernie McCulloch
Priorities from a Scottish Government perspective:
Priorities from the national team perspective:
Priorities from a local team perspective:
Project plans & Board planning
Close Day 2
Paediatric & Neonatal Networking Event
21st & 22nd January 2014