Join our free webinar series on Embedding Sustainability into Quality Improvement
We are pleased to announce that registration for our next Connecting Q Locally webinar events is now open. Join us and our inspiring panelists as we discuss how to embed sustainability into quality improvement education, training, and practice.
- 20th May: Embedding sustainability into healthcare education; lessons learned from practice
- This event will highlight the lessons learned from the SusQI Education Project, touching on newly published research findings. We will explore with our panel members the strategies taken to embed SusQI into QI education, the impact it has on learners, and how we are navigating the further spread of SusQI through the Beacon Site Programme and SusQI Academy.
- 9th June: Embedding sustainability into QI training and practice within NHS Trusts; barriers and strategies
- NHS trusts and boards can integrate the SusQI framework as a way to meet the workforce development demands of NHS decarbonisation targets, and to set strategic goals which drive practical, systemic changes towards sustainability. During this event, we will hear from pioneering NHS trusts who are already on their way to transforming their QI training and practice by embedding sustainability. You will have the opportunity to hear about the support offered through the SusQI Education project at CSH , including the Beacon Site Programme, SusQI Academy and Green Ward Competition
Connecting Q Locally is a series of 4 virtual events addressing ‘hot topics’ in sustainable healthcare. The events allow debate and discussion and a meeting place for all those interested in sustainable healthcare, especially those in the Q Community special interest group who have the opportunity to participate in further curated discussions on the online platform.
The series was launched with a successful event posing the question ‘remote consultations; what is their role in sustainable healthcare?’. Speakers were from primary care, secondary care and NHS Digital. On the 22nd June, we held the second of event of the series where we discussed translating green social prescribing from policy to practice.