Care Experience Improvement Model Method Guides

The following guides have been developed to support health and social care teams to embed the Care Experience Improvement model. 

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Care experience discovery conversations

The care experience discovery conversation is a core concept in the Care Experience Improvement Model (CEIM). This approach supports health and social care teams to:

  • take a conversational approach to gathering qualitative care experience feedback from people for whom they provide care or support
  • use a discovery approach to conversations, so that care experience is central to the feedback
  • hold at least six conversations monthly, focusing these across a specific care or support journey or pathway

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Care experience reflective improvement meetings

Care Experience Reflective Improvement Meetings is another core concept in the Care Experience Improvement Model (CEIM).  In this approach health and social care teams will:

  • establish a routine multi-disciplinary team reflective improvement meeting that supports a review of the care experience feedback and identification of improvement opportunities, so that acting on feedback becomes the responsibility of everyone rather than only one or two individuals in a team
  • develop pragmatic Quality Improvement (QI) skills within the team, using a recognised quality improvement approach in order to effectively focus on and respond to the issues identified through feedback, and
  • identify and try out change ideas, then implement and embed those that make a positive difference

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