AIM: By May 2019, raise the awareness of QI tools and methodology of 14 (=70%) members of the Professional Development staff in NES by encouraging the completion of two e-learning modules on TURAS learn – Measurement for Improvement and...
AIM: Supporting the sharing of knowledge and resources with participants of an ihub improvement project.
Aim: By May 2019, increase See Me’s number of recorded volunteer hours by 30%.
Aim: By March 2019, a minimum of 10 patients per week contacting Bridge of Allan Health Centre will be successfully signposted to community pharmacy for treatment by a receptionist.
AIM: By May 2019, 80% of participants who signed-up to NHS Health Scotland’s Improvement Module will be able to demonstrate, against a set of explicit criteria, their learning and application* of QI tools including; project charters, driver...
Aim: To increase the number of days between cardiac arrests to 100, on ward 8C at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, by May 2019
Aim: 90% of Newton Stewart Hospital inpatients are dressed & walking before 12 noon, by March 2019.
Aim: By April 2019 increase time spent discussing employability to 2 hours per day across 3 localities in North Lanarkshire.
Aim: By June 2019 the targeted P1 group (20 pupils) will know 50 new words at level 3 or 4.
Aim: Increase staff uptake on the Resuscitation Quality Improvement training programme (across trial stations) to 75% by April 2019.
Aim: By June 2019, two classes of 20 children in early years pre- schools, will reduce emotional outbursts in the learning environment by 70%.
Aim: By May 2019, reduce the number of Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) enquiries made to Scottish Government by 50%.
Aim: By May 2019, 90% of people living in one care home in Dundee will have the opportunity to have preferences for care discussed in line with the strategic framework for action on palliative and end of life care.
Aim: By April 2019, at least 75% of the SSSC Development and Innovation Team will report that they are satisfied with their level of involvement in current team function changes.
Aim: By June 2019 the number of children in P4 on track for achieving the appropriate attainment level in Numeracy & Maths will increase from 80% to 93% (6 children)
AIM: The Wigtownshire Community Nurse Manager aims to decrease the number of miles travelling across the locality and wider region to attend meetings by 30% by March 2019.
Aim: Increase soil sample throughput by 20% by end of February 2019
Aim: By March 2019 95% of maternity elective caesarean sections will complete on time.
Aim – By May 2019 have a fully established reporting mechanism in place to report on all CSOs over 24 months for 100% of cases affected.
AIM: Provide Scottish Ministers with robust intelligence and appropriate advice on international incidents arising in non-priority countries within 1 working day, by the end of March 2019.
Aim: By March 2019 50% of people on a Community Payback Order with a supervision requirement in Aberdeen City will complete their exit questionnaire
Aim: By 1st April 2019 we will co-ordinate transport enabling the timely discharge of at least 50% of appropriate daily discharges of Ward 102 thus improving capacity and flow within the ward through the testing and introduction of a Discharge...
Aim: By June 2019, 80% of CHAS employees will rate their experience of the performance appraisal process as ‘positive’ or ‘very positive’.
Aim: Increase the number of Modern and Graduate Apprenticeships offered by Aberdeen City Council to 30 by April 2019.
Aim: 90% of Parkinson’s medications are administered correctly and on time* to patients in selected wards at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by the end of June 2019.
AIM: By March 2019, increase the number of children in P5/6 reporting a positive play from 60% daily to 90% daily.
Aim: By 31 March 2019 50% of staff working within a care at home service will report their experience of supervision has improved.
AIM: To reduce the incidence of hypoglycaemic episodes in people with diabetes by 10% in non – Specialist Ward 215, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by March 2019.
Aim: By April 2019 100% of carers / families of young people admitted to the North of Scotland Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Regional Young People’s Inpatient Unit (YPU) will receive a comprehensive carers bundle.