The Sexual Safety Collaborative (SSC) launched on 21 October 2019. Wards on the collaborative will participate in a series of learning sets throughout the programme. These events allow the wards to share what they are testing and give them the opportunity to network.
Materials from the learning sets will be shared below and are available for anyone to use to support their improvement journey.
The Sexual Safety Collaborative learning sets are scheduled for the following dates:
- 13 January 2020
- 10 March 2020
- 15 September 2020 (Virtual)
- 10 November 2020 (Virtual)
- 7 January 2021 (Virtual)
- 2 March 2021 (Virtual)
- 13 May 2021
- 8 July 2021
- 13 September 2021
For any questions about the learning sets, please contact your QI Coach or the safety improvement team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ward Nurse Manager, Jason Shaw, shares Arnold Ward’s progress on their sexual safety project in Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust, including delivering the project in the context of a secure setting at Ashworth Hospital.
Ward Manager, Linda Lutchmayah, and Occupational Therapist, Katrina Kedwards, on Phoenix Unit at South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust share their progress on the ward’s sexual safety project, including changes they have introduced on the ward, challenges they have overcome and plans for the future of their project.
Sheelagh Holmes, Matron of Eastlake and Fernely Wards at Northwick Park Hospital, shares how staff on the wards are using a trauma-informed approach to care, particularly in relation to sexual safety.
Matthew Milarski, Quality Improvement Coach at the NCCMH, outlines the key steps for implementing change ideas as part of a quality improvement project.
Lee Alexander, Michelle McNealis, Juliet Miller and Julie Smalley from the Forest Close team at Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, describe their sexual safety project, covering their journey from design and scope through to ensuring sustainable success.
Saiqa Akhtar and Emily Cannon, Quality Improvement Coaches at the NCCMH, outline best practice for scaling up and spreading quality improvement initiatives. Teams and Trusts taking part in the collaborative also shared how they are planning to scale up their sexual safety work in their Trusts.