Quality Improvement Annual Conference 2022

11Oct

In-Person Event

Location Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, E1 8BB
CPD 1 point per hour of educational activity, subject to peer group approval
Non-member rate£170 whole conference
Consultant rate£170 whole conference
Higher Trainee rate£150 whole conference
Core Trainee rate£120 whole conference
SAS Doctor rate£150 whole conference
Subsidised/Retired rate£120 whole conference
FY Doctor/Medical Student rate£45 whole conference
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Quality Improvement Annual Conference 2022

Event Information

  • If you are medical student in the UK, you will need to register as a student associate in order for this fee to apply.
  • If you are a foundation doctor in the UK, you will need to register as a foundation doctor associate in order for the correct fees to apply.

A limited number of free places are available for service users and carers, to attend the conference. The free place includes conference registration, refreshments and lunch during the conference. We are unable to offer additional financial support for travel or accommodation.

How to apply for a free place:

  • Please email Charles Hale, and state your full name and telephone number

Welcome session: Janet Seale and Amy Chidley

Plenary sessionThe role of psychological safety in supporting improvement work

Simon Tulloch, Danish Society for Patient Safety


Sessions on:

  • Improving Therapeutic Interactions with Young People: Preventing the Need for Continuous Intervention
  • Co-production of an engagement project and developing learning resource for person centred care
  • Reducing the Use of Seclusion on an Acute Medium Secure Male Ward
  • Improving the standardisation and efficiency of the occupational therapy admission process within an inpatient service
  • To reduce the total number of Promethazine and Zopiclone prescriptions by 20% by October 2022
  • These Women Can!  – Trauma Informed Female Service
  • Improving detection and management of delirium in a large acute hospital
  • “What help do I need?” Improving communication at the transfer of care
  • Improving access to contraception for female service users in East London Foundation Trust
  • The wicked problem of care planning: who’s problem is it?
  • Increasing the diversity of members in CAMHS Co-production Lived Experience Community within North Central London
  • Powerful Women: Improving the care of women in East London inpatient settings
  • Improving Personality Disorder care across services using Quality Improvement methods: a system-wide approach
  • Improving annual physical health checks for patients with serious mental illness (SMI) in secondary care
  • Effective caseload management strategies for a community mental health team
  • Building the QI capability of staff working in mental health services in Berkshire Healthcare
  • The national Enjoying Work Collaborative: Using QI to increase staff wellbeing and joy in work
  • Improving Access to the Hackney Community Learning Disability Service
  • Coproduction workshop
  • Poster prize presentations

Conference is planned and lead by Amy Chidley, Janet Seale, Satwinder Kaur, Bini Thomas and Rizwana Dudhia.

Read the latest conference programme

Our call for session abstracts has now closed and the results will be announced in mid-June. All authors will be contacted, and those not selected to present may be offered the opportunity to present a poster presentation of their project.

Getting here 

The event will take place at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB. You can view directions and a map to help you plan your journey.

The Citymapper website/app can help you plan your route within London, giving the best walking, cycling, bus and tube routes available. Use postcode E1 8BB as your destination.

Travel to London

The nearest main railway station is Liverpool Street. Royal College of Psychiatrists is also easily accessible from all other main railway stations. Plan your journey by rail to London with National Rail.

Please read our terms and conditions before making your booking, this is our contract with you, covering:

  • cancellation policy
  • COVID-19 measures at in-person events
  • parent and baby policy
  • code of conduct.

For College events taking place in-person or face to face, we request that all attendees comply with the following:

  • You should not attend an event if you have or believe you have COVID-19, or any other serious infectious disease.
  • You should sanitise or wash your hands on arrival.
  • Please feel free to wear face masks anywhere at the event.
  • We strongly encourage attendees to be triple vaccinated, or at least to have had two jabs.
  • Additional protocols and procedures may be put in place at individual events to meet additional local restrictions or venue requirements.

These measures are reviewed regularly and may be subject to change at short notice.

For further information, please contact:

Email: charles.hale@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: Charlie Hale

Contact number: 02086184064

Event Location

Location: Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, E1 8BB