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PQIP Newsletter - 25 May 2017

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  • Important Changes to Data Entry Webtool
  • Site and Patient recruitment
  • Amendments
  • PQIP TV - and Radio! -now live!
  • PQIP Quality Improvement Dashboards
  • Top Tips
  • And more…

PQIP Newsletter - 10 March 2017

It's fair to say that February was an interesting month. The Royal College of Surgeons asked for an inquiry into provision of surgical critical care beds (the good news is that there's a study around the corner which will help answer the important questions - more on that later); human factors reached the Oscars (enough said); and... the first 250 patients were recruited to PQIP! Thank you for your support.

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PQIP Newsletter - 27 January 2017

We know that things are tough on the NHS front line at the moment. So an even bigger thank you than usual to everyone who is getting started on their PQIP adventure. We're looking forward to an optimistic, positive and innovative 2017, working with you to improve patient outcomes after surgery. Here are some updates and some things to look forward to.

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PQIP Newsletter - 18 November 2016


  • NIHR portfolio adoption confirmed
  • First five hospitals have confirmed R&D approvals and are poised to start
  • New PRISM Quality Improvement and Improvement Science e-learning module launched on e-Learning For Health
  • Full PQIP live website to be launched next week
  • Senior clinical leadership gives thanks to PQIP local teams

Weekly update – 14th November 2016

  • We are open to new sites
  • We are now in contact with individual hospitals about setting up PQIP locally
  • We are now confirmed on the NIHR portfolio!
  • Check out the new QI training module on elearning for Healthcare
  • What does QI mean to you?

The HSRC and RCoA want to support you

The HSRC and RCoA want to support you in using the data you collect for real quality improvement locally: we are developing a suite of videos, podcasts, and other support mechanisms to help with this

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