Skills Day 2017: Quality Improvement in Practice

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QI is about supporting effective, evidence-based care. By implementing systematic, measurable approaches, best practice is advanced, errors can be avoided and ultimately, lives are saved.

But that only scrapes the surface of what successful QI can provide. With an increase in efficiency comes a decrease in business costs, the confidence that we are acting on the best available evidence and, subsequently, an improvement in our mental well-being.

In addition to plenary sessions we will be offering workshops that will delve into key topics, giving you plenty of time to engage and discuss with your peers and our expert presenters.

Join us as we bring together specialists from human and veterinary health to discuss the benefits and the challenges of implementing quality improvement.

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15 Nov 2017 Mary Sumner House. 24 Tufton Street, London SW1P Book now

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