Improving Together interactive

Improving Together Interactive Portal is a one shop where GP clusters can find tools and resources on leadership, facilitation, data, quality improvement, evidence and evaluation.

It also has a range of case studies from Primary Care teams across Scotland to help you get inspired with your own quality improvement project.

This portal is currently under development so stay tuned for more resources and information coming soon!

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Scottish Improvement Foundation Skills (SIFS)

This course is developed by NHS Education for Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, and NHSScotland Boards.The programme is aimed at all staff working in Public Services including people working in Health and Social Care, the third/ voluntary sector, Person Centred Care Programmes and Integrated Services, The Children and Young People Improvement Collaborative (CYPIC) and the Scottish Government and Executive Agencies who are or will be members of teams undertaking quality improvement initiatives. 

This is a programme of 7 sessions delivered entirely in a virtual learning environment. Each virtual session will last for 90 minutes and participants will spend a further 90 minutes each week on their practical project.

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The Scottish Quality & Safety Fellowship (SQSF)

This programme is a lead level quality improvement course developed by NHS Education for Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, and NHSScotland Boards.

Participants apply learning to a workplace project over a 10-month programme which includes residential workshops, project surgeries, WebEx sessions, mentoring, a group field trip to the International Quality & Safety Forum, a national networking event and funding for individual study trips to facilitate learning from global experts both within and outside healthcare. By completing a project, participants demonstrate skills acquired, and the impact the work has had, focusing on the people who benefit.

Find out more from NHS Education for Scotland