The Quality Improvement Building Blocks Framework programme will supports you to understand and self-diagnose your Trust’s key concepts and characteristics to progress your journey as a high performing organisation.
Using the NHS Quest network, alongside your organisational development opportunities, this programme will provide ongoing support to complement your Quality strategy.
What is the Quality Improvement Building Blocks Framework?
Developed by Dr Peter Chamberlain, the Quality Improvement Building Blocks Framework (QIBBF) has been designed and tested to help organisations identify layers and components to build an effective learning system through integration of key improvement principles.
The framework is made up of 3 main layers and 12 building blocks which are underpinned by 60 specific development areas which organisations can focus on.
Find out more about the framework.
This programme includes an introductory session, followed by four online sessions.
It is recommended that each organisation participating in the programme has three representatives.
- Introductory Session: Friday 10th June 2022, 9:30-11:00
- Workshop 1: Friday 22nd July 2022, 9:30-11:00
- Workshop 2: Friday 9th September 2022, 9:30-11:00
- Workshop 3: Friday 21st October 2022, 9:30-11:00
- Workshop 4: Friday 2nd December 2022, 9:30-11:00
Who is this programme aimed at?
We advise that you register a team of between 3 and 5 of which we require a Director such as your director of Quality / Transformation or similar, including the NHS Quest site lead for your Trust. Other members of the team could include members of your QI Team, Transformation Team or whoever you feel would be relevant in supporting the delivery of this framework within your organisation.
How to apply
For further information on this programme and how to apply, please contact Chris Jackson.
This programme is for NHS Quest members only. If you are interested in joining programme and are not a member please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details of programme participation costs.