This Month's QI Story - COVID Ward Rounds

In this QI Storyboard "Necessity is the mother of innovation - COVID chronicles”, Lancashire Women and Newborn Centre describe how they changed their ward rounds during the COVID peak. 

They used fully electronic patient recording with live monitoring to conduct virtual intensive care rounds, thus minimising physical interactions in a confined space. This led to faster efficacious ward rounds with more nursing involvement in shared decision making.

Read their QI Story to find out how they achieved this.

Read their full story here:

QI Storyboard: COVID Ward Rounds - October 2020


Previous QI Stories:

Optimal Cord Clamping - Sep 2020

Chest Physiotherapy on Extremely Premature Infants - July 2020

Reducing late onset MRSA & MSSA bacteraemias in newborn infants - May 2020

The Chameleon Project: Improving end of life care - Mar 2020

Family Integrated Care Bundle - Jan 2020

Labour Ward Cuddles <30 Weeks - Nov 2019

NeoThermal: Reducing Rates of Neonatal Hypothermia - Aug 2019

Unite - Keeping Families Together - Reducing Term Admissions - April 2019

#neoPremQI – Optimising care and outcomes for preterm babies <32 weeks with a package of evidence based perinatal interventions - Jan 2019

 

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Contact us

QI Storyboard Group: Sarah Bates (Lead)Lauren Shaw, Hilary Cruickshank

 

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