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Template for end of safety improvement project presentation. March 2010. This document is designed to help you prepare for your presentation at the end of your safety improvement project. What is expected of me?.

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This document is designed to help you prepare for your presentation at the end of your safety improvement project

What is expected of me?

  • Some of you will be asked to do a brief (under 10 minutes) presentation regarding your project
  • Others will be asked to display a poster presentation
  • We recommend that you limit your presentation to the format provided in this document
  • On the day you may also be asked some questions about your work

What will I find in this document?

  • An example completed presentation
  • A blank template presentation

Remember – keep your presentation simple!

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Contents
  • Example presentation
  • Presentation template
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EXAMPLE

Improving reliability of low molecular weight heparin prescription by using a ward round checklist

Dr Jane Smith

Foundation Year 1

St Elsewhere Trust

safety improvement project aim

EXAMPLE

Safety improvement project aim

EXAMPLE

How many, by when, measured by?

The aim of this project was to improve the reliability of prescription

of low molecular weight heparin (LMWH) by introducing a ward round check list

Before the test less than 80% of patients had LMWH prescribed when indicated (Review of 10 charts)

The target was 100% of items on the checklist would be completed on one ward by the end of the project (within 8 weeks). The list of things to check includes the prescription of LMWH where indicated

Measured by checking off list during ward rounds to ensure it was done

run chart for my ward round checklist

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Run chart for my ward round checklist

EXAMPLE

Percentage of items on ward round check list that are completed

Target

Checklist refined

Checklist introduced

% of

checklist

items

completed

Individual made responsible for completion of checklist

Baseline

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Project duration

progress to date against project aim

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Progress to date against project aim

EXAMPLE

  • Three PDSA cycles completed
    • Checklist introduced
    • Checklist refined
    • Individual made responsible for checklist

Target achieved by end of week 8 (100% of checklist items completed, including prescription of LMWH)

completed pdsa cycle number 1

EXAMPLE

Completed PDSA cycle – number 1
  • P – Agree to review10 charts to assess how reliably things were done on ward round e.g. prescription of LMWH. Check list was drafted
  • D – Check list introduced and tested on ward round for a week
  • S – Summarise what was learnt. Revisions needed to checklist as certain points were not clear
  • A – Check list was revised
completed pdsa cycle number 2

EXAMPLE

Completed PDSA cycle – number 2
  • P – Revised checklist was discussed with mentor
  • D – New checklist was tested on ward round for a week
  • S – Completion of checklist increased to 80% – but in some cases there was confusion about who should be completing it
  • A – Responsibility for checklist should be assigned to someone
completed pdsa cycle number 3

EXAMPLE

Completed PDSA cycle – number 3
  • P – Test idea that someone needs to be responsible for making sure the checklist is completed
  • D – Responsibility for checklist completion assigned to nurse-in-charge
  • S – Checklist completion increased to 100%
  • A – Aim achieved: next step may be to introduce to neighbouring ward
summary

EXAMPLE

Summary

What worked?

What did not?

  • Team excited about using check list
  • Checklist did not slow down the ward round
  • Didn’t check with ward manager before starting first test – which led to confusion
  • Checklist was initially not always used when I was absent
  • Sometimes we ran out of printouts
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Summary (continued)

What could be done differently?

What next?

  • Tested the initial draft checklist with mentor before starting week 2
  • Made sure to talk to all staff members (including bank staff) about checklist
  • Use checklist on a new ward
  • Develop materials to train new staff in using checklist
  • Present checklist at M&M meeting
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Contents
  • Example presentation
  • Presentation template
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TEMPLATE

Project title

Name

Position

Name of Trust

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Safety improvement project aim

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How many, by when, measured by?

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Summary

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What worked?

What did not?

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Summary (continued)

TEMPLATE

What could be done differently?

What next?

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