New QI Story - Transitional Care Virtual Training Programme

In this QI Storyboard the East of England Operational Delivery Network (ODN) aimed to ensure that Neonatal Transitional Care Health Professionals are able to access specialist neonatal education through the provision of a virtual training programme. 

Barriers identified through planning of this project enabled the project team to successfully plan and bridge the gap in educational provisions. Find out about the techniques they used, how they included parents and families and their tips for others on this journey.

Read their full story here:

QI Storyboard: Transitional Care Virtual Training Programme

Previous QI Stories:

Adopting Baby Friendly Standards in a SCU - Feb 2021

COVID Ward Rounds - Oct 2020

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

British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) is registered in England & Wales under charity number 285357 at 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH.
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