Improving Neonatal Practice – An Introduction to Quality Improvement Tools
Quality improvement is a continuous process which involves a formal approach to analysing performance and utilising systematic processes to improve it. Structured improvement is complex and takes time, resources and sustained effort. While reasonable attention and resource is focussed on what we would term research, unfortunately, there is very limited resource allocated to improving practice based on findings of research, i.e., quality improvement.
To explore ways to continuously improve quality, Chiesi has invited Professor Minesh Khashu to share his experience on finding ways to improve capacity and capability within neonatal teams, and suggest ways to facilitate continuous improvement to optimise outcomes for infants, families, teams as well as the broader organisation.
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Professor Minesh Khashu
Consultant Neonatologist and Professor of Perinatal Health