Half day training
|9:30am to 1pm
|Up to 3.5 CPD points, subject to peer group approval
This half-day interactive course is for psychiatrists who have a role in supervising trainees' Quality Improvement (QI) development. The new core curriculum requires all core trainees to demonstrate the importance of QI to improve patient safety and outcomes of patient care, and to undertake QI activities relevant to their clinical practice, assessed through their educational supervisor report. This course will help supervisors to identify learning opportunities relating to QI, to support and guide their trainees throughout their QI projects. The course will cover:
- The fundamental principles of QI and why it is important
- Highlight how your experience and knowledge are key to supporting trainees' QI projects and development
- Identify the key steps in planning and conducting a QI project and how to support trainees through each step
Discuss how to support trainees' learning and development, including through the use of guided discovery and assessment
The course will utilise a mixture of interactive lectures and group work to enhance learning. You will be encouraged to undertake an online RCPsych module Quality improvement module 1: QI essentials beforehand to ensure familiarity with the subject.
A draft programme is now available.
- Access to a reliable internet connection
- A PC, laptop, tablet or phone
- Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser or Zoom installed on your PC, laptop, tablet or phone
You do not need to have a Zoom account to attend.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have read and understood the guidelines before the event.
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