During the afternoon there will be time to develop your mission, think about how you might launch 15s30m in your organisation and chat with Rachel and Dan. We’ve also laid on some stalls which you might find useful, where you can ask and learn from experienced QI practitioners.
Each “stall” will run for 20 mins, and repeat two or three times during the afternoon. When you arrive you’ll be asked to sign up for the sessions (we suggest you try two, if you’re super efficient you’ll have time for a maximum of 3), but so you have chance to have a think and chat with any colleagues (plan your strategy!) here are the options.
A “First Wave”. Carrie Biddle, Cornwall Hospitals. Carrie is our original 15s30m hero, and has launched 15s30m in her trust this Summer. Come and ask her how, what worked, what didn’t, what advice she has and what she’s doing next. Don’t miss it!
B Get Tooled Up. Karen Fechter and Greg Madden, NHS Improvement. Karen and Greg have helped us a lot on our QI journey over the past 18 months. They can tell you all about the resources, training and tools which are out there which you can use and share with your organisation – there’s so much out there to help and support!
C QI on the Wards. Anna Winfield. Anna is a Elderly Medicine Doctor at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, and one of the finalists from the award from which 15s30m began. She is a QI enthusiast and has loads of practical experience to share about measurement, spreading change ideas, and overcoming barriers. If you work with inpatients, you need to spend some time with her!
D AAAGGGGH! How do I do this? Tilla Brook. Tilla is a leadership coach who specialises in helping NHS staff become ” the most chocolately version of themselves”. If you think 15s30m is a great idea but are wondering where to start in bringing it to life, spend some time with Tilla.
E Unblocking your Change Idea. Helen Bevan, NHS Horizons. Stuck with a change idea? Helen will help you find the change agent in you and those around you.