Quality Improvement in a Day event back due to popular demand

After a sell-out event in December, RCVS Knowledge is hosting its second Quality Improvement (QI) event on Thursday 18th April at The Forest Centre in Bedford.

Delivering eight hours of continuing professional development (CPD), this highly interactive event will give a broad overview of everything veterinary team members need to truly embed QI into daily practice.

Most practitioners recognise the importance of QI, with 96% of veterinary professionals agreeing that QI methods can support the provision of high-quality, safe, and effective care. However, many struggle to implement it due to a number of factors, such as lack of time, not knowing where to start, or how to bring colleagues on board. QI in a Day is designed to help veterinary professionals overcome these barriers.

Featuring sessions by expert Clinical Leads, Pam Mosedale, Lou Northway (Lou the Vet Nurse) and Kathrine Blackie, this event includes practical ‘how-to’ steps on measuring and improving outcomes and care, embedding evidence-based veterinary medicine and new systems to improve patient safety, and learning from everything that happens in your practice.

Interactive sessions will include root cause analysis and demonstrate how to learn from successes, as well as when things go wrong, helping to foster a learning culture, improve communication and develop a united team.

Participants will be able to take their learning to the next level, with a follow up virtual workshop, to assist with individual projects and steer them in the right direction. 

Katie Mantell, Chief Executive Officer of RCVS Knowledge, said: “We can’t wait to welcome you and your team to our next QI in a Day event. The demand for the first event in December was phenomenal and underlined the fact that there’s great enthusiasm for QI in the veterinary professions.

“Whether you’re a total novice with QI, or already have some experience, you’ll come away from this event having learned about practical steps you can take to improve.”

The event is open to every member of your veterinary team – including practice managers, vets, nurses, students, client care teams and clinical directors.

Early-bird tickets for the one-day event cost £260 (inc. VAT) – discounted from £280 (inc. VAT) – and are on sale until 18th February. There are only 60 tickets available for this course and tickets for last year’s event sold out fast, so don’t delay.

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