NCAPOP: Information provision alone doesn’t change practice
The National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP) seminar Information provision alone doesn’t change practice was held on 4 May 2017. Presentations from the event can be accessed below.
An introduction to the AFFINITIE Project
Robbie Foy, Professor of primary care, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
The AFFINITIE programme aims to design and evaluate enhanced feedback interventions within a national blood transfusion audit programme, to promote the uptake of evidence-based guidance and reduce the unnecessary use of blood components. This session covers the evidence base for increasing impact from audit outputs and how change in clinical practice can be realised.
Harnessing social media to enhance impact
James Thornton, HQIP communications manager
Effective social media promotion for your programme. A discussion in communications planning
How to engage stakeholders to run a quality improvement campaign
Marisa Mason, CEO, National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death
How the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death develop, manage and align communications with stakeholders to ensure a consistent and integrated communications campaign designed at maximising impact for patients.
How HQIP intends to maximise transparency and use of audit data for regulation
Kieran Mullan, HQIP clinical lead
An update on HQIP’s Clinical Outcome Publication (COP) and National Clinical Audit Benchmarks (NCAB) programmes including plans to expand these across the NCAPOP programme.
Local improvement using the National Emergency Laparotomy Audit
Sarah Hare, consultant anaesthetist Medway NHS Foundation Trust
Medway NHS Foundation Trust’s story of using the National Emergency Laparotomy Audit (NELA) data to change culture and transform services