Measurement for Improvement

We cannot know what to improve or track improvement against an intervention unless we know how to measure correctly.

Current Workshops:

‘Why Measure for Improvement’- will provide an overview of the importance of measuring for improvement, helping you to ask the right questions to get the right data so you can interpret what needs to be done.

‘How to Measure for Improvement’ - with a focus primarily on the technical aspects of measuring for improvement, helping you to produce run charts and SPC charts

Both workshops will be interactive and focused on using real data. The workshops are about measurement for improvement in quality.

Quality has six dimensions: Safety, person centredness, equity, efficiency, effectiveness and timeliness

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Dr. Brad Manketlow


Richard Lea, Dr. Jay Banerjee and Carl Walker

Previous workshops with resources are listed below. For forthcoming workshops please visit our events webpage.

LIIPS workshop report and resourcesDate
Workshop Report:  How to Measure for Improvement 28 June 2017
Workshop Report: How to Measure for Improvement 8 February 2017
Workshop Reports: East Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative commissioned June 2016 - January 2017
Workshop Report: Why Measure for Improvement 9 November 2016
Workshop Report:Why Measure for Improvement 20 April 2016
Workshop Report: How to Measure for Improvement 4 February 2016
Workshop Report:Why to Measure for Improvement 1 December 2015
Workshop Report: Why to Measure for Improvement 30 July 2015


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