All our work is co-designed, co-owned and co-delivered with our partners with the aim of building local improvement capacity to meet local need.
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National Improvement Programmes
Care Delivery – supporting delivery partners to improve key aspects of their care delivery system. The programmes focus on key themes that are priorities for improvement across Scotland. The Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP) forms a core part of the work of a number of our care delivery programmes, with an overall aim to improve the safety and reliability of care and reduce harm.
System Enablers – supporting delivery partners to develop the knowledge, skills, cultures and infrastructures that enable the work of improvement.
Bespoke Improvement Support - In addition to our national improvement programmes we also provide bespoke improvement support to help address key local priorities.
Grants and Allocations - Providing grants and allocations to enable work to happen locally.
Separate but interconnected approaches
Having these three high level approaches to supporting improvement increases our flexibility to design solutions that meet current needs.
The detail of these programmes will adapt over time in response to stakeholder needs and changes to context.
Our current portfolio’s and programmes of work
The ihub currently runs 12 portfolios of work and the Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP)
- Access QI
- Acute Care
- Evidence and Evaluation for Improvement
- Focus on Dementia
- Living Well in Communities
- Mental Health
- People-Led Care
- Place, Home and Housing
- Primary Care
- Quality Management System
- Strategic Planning
- Value Management