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Information scientist interested in usability and evidence-based health care.
10 Jun
In a few minutes I'll be starting my coverage of @VM_institute CEO Gary Kaplan's #Quality2021 talk about a comprehensive management system built on "people principles".

Here's a bit of background:
A bit more about Gary.

He has held the role of CEO, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health and SVP, CommonSpirit Health since 2021 and was CEO and Chairman, Virginia Mason Health System from 2000-2020. He is also a practicing internal medicine physician.

#Quality2021
We're hitting the ground running here.

Project-based approaches to safety and quality are rarely sustainable

System science offers huge opportunities for improving health and wellbeing.

#Quality2021
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10 Jun
Leadership in crisis: reflections from leading Scotland's pandemic response - #Quality2021 with @jasonleitch .

Scotland's National Clinical Director has established a reputation for public health messaging during these worse of times.

Stream here: livestream.com/ifqsh/europe20…
On taking time out of co-ordinating a pandemic response:

"It feels different, but equally important to have this @QualityForum at this time."

#Quality2021
"If you're younger than 102, you've never known anything like it"

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10 Jun
Join me 1000 BST for a #Quality2021 workshop on Reliability and Resilience - moving from Safety I to Safety II. The discussion will be around improvement methodology, with @JBraithwaitee1, Axel Rose and @IanLeistikow.
A little background about our facilitators.

@JBraithwaitee1 is Founding Director of the Australian Institute for Health Improvement.

On his YouTube channel, he has a handy 3-minute video about #Safety-II. #Quality2021
Axel Ros is Chief Medical Officer, Region Jönköping County, Sweden, and a specialist in General Surgery. He sits on the Swedish national patient safety committee. #Quality2021

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9 Jun
Starting soon at #Quality2021

@QualityForum presents a conversation with @MaryDixonWoods:

How can we improve #improvement in health and health care?

After all, improvement begins at home.

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Some significant challenges raised by @MaryDixonWoods

Not least amongst this is the reliance on unvalidated measures.

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This is a substantial task.

Measures need to be co-produced and good enough for evidence-building.

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9 Jun
Next up at #Quality2021

Empathy, automation and #AI in healthcare: making technology person-centered.

Presented by @tlhardie1, @timjhorton, @ktclarke and @BecksFisher

Hot topic, starting in five minutes.
Let's meet the speakers quickly:

Tom Hardie is an Improvement Fellow @HealthFdn

More about his work here:
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Tim Horton is an Associate Director of @HealthFdn, specialising in policy and innovation.

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9 Jun
Morning all. For the next three days I'm part of the #beyondtheroom effort at #Quality2021.

In 15 minutes it's Leslie Arnott and Mary Waria on a new way forward for partnering with consumers in health care.

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A bit of background about our speakers. Leslie Arnott is co-founder of The BEAR Program, Lamaze; Australia. Leslie Arnott has over 19 years’ experience as a consumer advisor and advocate in maternity services.

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Mary Waria also co-founded The BEAR program. She is a Torres Strait Islander with over 15 years’ experience working in Indigenous Student Engagement roles at various universities for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.

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