Quality improvement and leadership

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This Leadership Links session focuses on quality improvement.  Quality improvement is important across all areas of health and social care from safety management to the very individual experiences of care.  It is vital that we all play a part.  We should aim to improve these aspects on a continuous basis for all that need to use services.

As part this session, we aim to:

  1. Explore what quality improvement is and why we all need to be involved
  2. Explore a real-life example of quality improvement in nursing home practice
  3. Identify how you can be involved in quality improvement
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Dr Bryan Mitchell

Dr Bryan Mitchell is a lecturer that is part of the Integrated Health and Social Care team within the School of Health and Life Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland. He has published peer-reviewed papers in older people and dementia, where his research interests are focused on service provision and improving the quality of people’s lives.

Other work that Dr Bryan Mitchell has been part of, includes developing the educational resource of Understand Dementia: Class in a Bag as part of a wider team.  ‘Class in a Bag’ is a portable educational resource which raises awareness of dementia, that includes the physical resources and lesson guides for five experiential interactive workshops. This resource has since gone on to achieve a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE), recognising the collaborative efforts of the team.