Staff and Workforce Development Projects

Please see below HEE Wessex funded Quality Improvement work relating to staff and workforce development

Managing Delirium in Intensive Care

Author: Jenny Rains, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, Quality Support Fund 2019/20

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Summary: A platform that helps plan, deliver and measure regional simulation activities and the impact they have on learning, behaviour and healthcare systems 

Author: Dr Ben Atkinson, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Dr Francesca Riccio, Higher Specialty Trainee in Anaesthetics, Quality Support Fund 2018-19 

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Solent QI Leaders

Author: Sarah Williams, Associate Director and Carl Adams, Engagement Lead, Academy of Research and Improvement, Quality Support Fund 2018-19 

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Utilising Appreciative Inquiry approach to support development of a culture of continuous improvement in Child Health

Author: Dr Kate Pryde, Consultant Paediatrician and Suzanne Quinney, Trainer with Appreciating People, Quality Support Fund 2018-19  

An in situ simulation programme for collaborative neonatal resuscitation

Author: Dr Francesca Riccio, HEE Wessex Anaesthetics Trainee, Simulation QI Fellow, 2017-18

Improving Regional Emergency Medicine Simulation Opportunities

Author: Dr Ben Atkinson, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, PHT, Simulation QI Fellow, 2017-18

Neurointensive Care Practice Development Team; Team working to achieve excellence

Summary: In 2016 the Neuro ICU Practice Development Team (PDT) undertook a SWOT analysis of our practice area.  This identified workforce, operational and environmental challenges that in an ever-changing, complex environment threatened the delivery and sustainability of safe care, the ability to innovate and the future security of the workforce. The 2017 Wessex Quality Improvement Fellowship supported the PDT to explore its role and develop new ways to address these challenges 

Author: NICU Practice Development Team, UHS, Team Based QI Fellowship, 2016-17 

The Development of Unregistered Staff Portfolio for Specialist Community Forensic Team

Author: Margaret Martins, West Hampshire Learning Disability Manager, Mental Health Associateship 2017

Advanced Nurse Practitioner’s with Approved Clinician (AC) status to the rescue for psychiatrists

Author: Danny Kungebeharry, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Mental Health Associateship 2017 

Improving knowledge and confidence in job planning for staff grade, Associate specialist and specialty doctors in the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS

Benchmarking the Development of SAS Doctors Careers – Autonomous Practise and Extended Roles

Author: Dr Menzies Schrader, Associate Specialist Psychiatrist, SAS QI Fellowship 2017-18 

Improving Awareness and Clarity in Job Planning for SAS Doctors

Author: Dr Ramesh Chandrabhan Singh, SAS Tutor and Associate Medical Director for Education, Isle of Wight NHS Trust, SAS QI Fellowship 2017-18

SAS Doctor Development and Appraisal

Author: Dr Ellie Birtley, SAS Tutor, Solent NHS Trust, SAS QI Fellowship 2017-18