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Presented by quality improvement experts who work closely with RCPI, these videos show you how to maintain quality and safety during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The videos are designed to help those working on the frontline and can be used as practical tools for dealing with quality and safety in a crisis/pandemic. They are suitable for anyone working in healthcare.
The videos in the series, available to watch below, are:
Fundamentals of Quality Improvement - an introduction to quality improvement in healthcare, is available to complete at any time.
Dr Peter Lachman, Lead Quality Improvement Faculty at RCPI and Chief Executive of ISQua, gives an overview of this video series and explains how to maintain quality and safety during a pandemic.
Dr John Brennan, GP and Quality Improvement expert in RCPI, explains the concept of systems thinking and tools you can use.
Dr John Fitzsimons, Clinical Director for Quality Improvement at the HSE, explains how measurement is essential in quality improvement, and how the way you display data can make a difference.
Dr John Fitzsimons, Clinical Director for Quality Improvement at the HSE, explains how the Model for Improvement and Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles can be adapted for the Covid-19 crisis.
Dr Peter Lachman, Lead Quality Improvement Faculty at RCPI and Chief Executive of ISQua, focuses on patient safety and translates safety theory to guide you in your day-to-day practice.
In this sixth video in our Covid-19 Quality and Safety series, Dr John Brennan, GP and Quality Improvement expert in RCPI, discusses psychological safety during the pandemic. Psychological safety is a key foundation for high performing teams.
Dr Peter Lachman, Lead Quality Improvement Faculty at RCPI and Chief Executive of ISQua, discusses situation awareness - Knowing what happens in real time.
Dr John Brennan, GP and Quality Improvement expert in RCPI, introduces the theory of person centred care and outlines examples of person centred care in action during the Covid-19 pandemic.
ISQua is running regular webinars and virtual information sessions relating to COVID-19 throughout this period.