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Leading and Nurturing Innovation and Enthusiasm. 12 th March 2012. Introduction. Francesca Thompson , Director of Nursing and Executive Lead for Dementia Chris Dyer , Consultant Geriatrician. Inspiration. Behind the Inspiration. Some is not a number, soon is not a time!. Dementia

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introduction
Introduction
  • Francesca Thompson, Director of Nursing and Executive Lead for Dementia
  • Chris Dyer, Consultant Geriatrician
some is not a number soon is not a time
Some is not a number, soon is not a time!

Dementia

Parkinsons

Hip Fracture

Learning Disabilities

End of Life

leading and nurturing
Leading and Nurturing
  • Getting the Board on board -- great things happen when the Board gets intimately involved in the quality care of patients
  • Discovering the patient journey -- the complexity, processes, problems and opportunities
  • Having the courage to talk about the human impact of mistakes and complications
  • Understanding how values-based decision-making is the foundation of quality
  • Will, new ideas and exquisite execution -- the three things absolutely necessary to improve quality of healthcare.
key messages
Key Messages
  • Keep it simple –”less is more”
  • Measure – often and with relevant indicators
  • Build will
  • Have ideas
  • Know how to carry them out
  • “Will, Ideas, Execution”
dementia strategy group
Dementia Strategy Group
  • Executive and clinical lead partnership
  • Kicked off by workshop 2008
  • Enthusiasts engaged
  • Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Support involved
  • Some early wins
wider engagement
Wider engagement
  • Trust board Jan 2010
  • 1st annual report
  • Stressed - single biggest clinical issue we face
  • Quality, safety and efficiency
further developments
Further developments
  • Quality accounts for 2011-12
  • Seconding of matron for dementia care
  • Team at Qulturum involved and enthused
  • Clear action plan....monitored
publicity
Publicity

Carers rate RUH best

carers say RUH best for dementia care

what are we proud of
What are we proud of?
  • Good engagement, dementia events
  • Ward charter mark a key driver
    • – 1st “Gold” ward
    • Dementia champions in place
  • Strong links with 3rd sector
    • Volunteer befriending scheme
  • Environmental change/ funds
acknowlegements some
Acknowlegements – some!
  • Emma Flannery, Rena Cottis Alzheimer’s Society
  • Stephany Bardzil Alzheimer’s Support
  • Jane Davies Matron for Dementia Care
  • Sue Leathers Matron for Older People
  • Jacqui Young Quality Improvement lead
  • Sharon Manhi Head of Quality Improvement
  • Jon Willis Ward Manager
  • Alice Rigby Senior Sister
  • Theresa Hegarty Head of Patient Experience
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