Improvement Academy Awards

CNWL held its first annual Improvement Awards on Friday 6 May 2022 to celebrate new initiatives that make practical improvements to clinical and corporate services.

28 teams from across the Trust entered the award poster competition. The top five entries receive a trophy and presentation. You can view all the poster entries below.

 

Improvement posters

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PDF file icon P011_Safety and Coping Planning with children and young people in A&E.pdf
PDF file icon P010_Redesign of Community Pulmonary Rehab Service.pdf
PDF file icon P012_Beyond Was Not Brought.pdf
PDF file icon P013_Improving Trust Clinical Governance of Non-Medical Prescribers.pdf
PNG file icon P014_A Mid-Day Meeting For Timely & Multidisciplinary Support With Complex Cases.png
PDF file icon P015_Continuing to Improve service user experience and safety within MK CRHTT.pdf
PDF file icon P016_SECURE STAIRS Embedding traumaInformed culture in a YOI.pdf
PDF file icon P017_Improving patient flow through the Emotional Disorders Team (EDT) at Hillingdon CAMHS.pdf
PDF file icon P019_QR Technology for Medicines Infomation Poster pptx.pdf
PDF file icon P020_Diabetes safety in Cardiac Care.pdf
PDF file icon P018_QIP of prescription, administration and review of 'as required'.pdf
PDF file icon P021_Role of the Diabetes Tech within the Diabetes MDT.pdf
PDF file icon P022_Benefits of an Enhanced Specialist Diabetes Podiatry Service.pdf
PDF file icon P023_Improving the experience of Trainees on Psychiatry placement within Milton Keynes.pdf
PDF file icon P025_Reducing The Number of Patients On The GP Wait List & The Wait Time To Be Seen At HMP High Down poster final.pdf
PDF file icon P024_Improving the recognition of a deteriorating patient using the NEWS2 Digital App.pdf
PDF file icon P026_Improving medication administration at HMP High Down.pdf
PDF file icon P027_Using QI methodology helped increase the rate of domestic abuse screening in the Surrey HIV service.pdf
PDF file icon P028_Lifestyle interventions to reduce significant weight gain on Nile Ward PICU).pdf
PDF file icon P002_Reducing the number of patients on the caseload not contacted for 45 days or more.pdf
PDF file icon P003_Delirium Recognition & Management.pdf
PDF file icon P001_Reducing self-harm on Willow Ward.pdf
PDF file icon P005_Reducing Obesity in HMP Send.pdf
PDF file icon P004_Health and Safety is Everyone’s Business.pdf
PDF file icon P006_Easing the pressure: taking time out for reflection to engage staff and improve care.pdf
PDF file icon P007_Learning Lessons from a Ligature Death.pdf
PDF file icon P008_Happy Documentation at Kensington & Chelsea CAMHS.pdf
PDF file icon P009_Colham Green Goes Green.pdf
PPTX file icon IA May 2022_Slide deck.pptx

Safety Conversation Day 2021

CNWL held an online safety conversation day for staff today, hosted by Dr Cornelius Kelly, CNWL’s Chief Medical Officer, and Maria O’Brien, Chief Nurse. The day focused on a range of safety topics including team-based practice and learning, creating a safety culture, anticipatory care, reliable recognition, learning lessons and improvement through co-production.

Almost 400 staff joined the event online and staff submitted 117 posters to the safety awards with four winners and six runners up (announced below), including a special Chair’s Award.

The posters from the winners and runners up can be viewed on this page (opens link). Staff can view all the poster submissions by searching 'safety conversation 2021' on Trustnet. 

Safety Conversation Day 2020

All posters submitted into six categories at our 2020 event can be viewed below.

Overall, the posters received over 4,000 downloads!