Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Collaborative (MCQIC)
The Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Collaborative (MCQIC) is part of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP), co-ordinated by Healthcare Improvement Scotland, and encompasses the activity of the maternity, neonatal and paediatric care strands.
Launched in 2013, the overall aim of MCQIC is to improve outcomes and reduce inequalities in outcomes by providing a safe, high-quality care experience for all women, babies, children and families in Scotland.
There is an overarching MCQIC Driver Diagram and the maternity, neonatal and paediatric strands each have their own driver diagrams and measurement plans that map out the theory of improvement for NHS boards to use across Scotland.
Learn more about the collaborative's achievements here.
Follow us on Twitter:
- Maternity Care: @MaternitySPSP
- Neonatal Care: @NeonatalSPSP
- Paediatric Care: @PaediatricSPSP
- MCQIC : @mcqicspsp
To contact a member of the MCQIC team, please click on the relevant name below.
|Joanne Matthews||Head of Scottish Patient Safety Programme|
|Bernadette McCulloch||Improvement Advisor|
|Cheryl Clark||Associate Improvement Advisor|
|Clare Willocks||Clinical Lead (Obstetrics)|
|Lesley Macfarlane||Associate Improvement Advisor|
|Colin Peters||Clinical Lead (Neonatal)|
|Neil Spenceley||Clinical Lead (Paediatric)|
|Catriona Vernal||Senior Project Officer|
|Dagmara Lukowiec||Project Officer|
|Elaine Mackay||Project Officer|
|Catherine O'Neill||Administrative Officer|
|Kirsty Allan||Administrative Officer|