LfE community event 2023, with Civility Saves Lives. Event theme: Hope
We have, once again, had some incredible posters submitted to the event, around a range of topics related to the work of LfE and CSL. We have grouped them into themes below:
Theme 1: Positive reporting systems
- Let Glasgow Flourish
- The QEUH Critical Care GREAT-ix experience – development of a Learning from Excellence reporting mechanism.
- GREATix-pectations: A Multi-site Quality Improvement Initiative in Intensive Care and Theatres in Belfast
- Quarterly Excellence Reports
- Our communications first approach to embedding GREAT-ix
- Re-launching Learning from Excellence
- Learning from Excellence Awards
- Redefining Excellence in the Emergency Department: The Innovative Impact of GREATIX
- Healthcare professionals’ experiences of Learning from Excellence and Greatix
- Kindness alerts
- Mentorship and Hope
Theme 2: LfEQI
- Improving blood culture documentation on ICU
- Positive Approaches in Quality Improvement to Increase Weighing Rates on PICU
- Improving safety, efficiency and regulatory aspects of the controlled drug pathway within Paediatric Intensive Care: A Quality Improvement Programme
Theme 3: Appreciative Inquiry
- T.E.A. time feedback – using Appreciative Inquiry to gather feedback from University of Buckingham medical students.
- Capturing Parent Experience – using Emotional Touchpoints to facilitate AI conversations with families on the Neonatal Unit
- Please can I turn the lights off to sleep? – Improving the ED experience for patients with acute mental health issues: an appreciative enquiry
- Can we create some calm within a storm? A national survey of UK Emergency Departments’ practice
- Challenging the Status Quo – using Appreciative Inquiry to deliver an asset-based curriculum to anaesthetic trainees.
- Unlocking success factors: An exploration of antimicrobial stewardship excellence in paediatric intensive care through thematic analysis of appreciative inquiry interviews with healthcare staff.
Theme 4: Workplace culture
- “Where there is hope, anything is possible” – an Appreciative Inquiry of Maternity Culture at Milton Keynes University Hospital.
- A survey to explore civility at James Cook University Hospital
- Establishing a Human Factors and Civility Service
- Building psychological safety into maternity services; an educational programme to support culture change.
- Unprofessional behaviours between healthcare staff – drivers and solutions
Theme 5: Support and Wellbeing
- Giving staff a boost through a monthly wellbeing email
- Monthly Learning Lessons Framework
- Supporting health care professionals working with children and young people living with obesity: the role of reflective practice
- Primum Non Nocere: Exposing Medical staff to the Coroner’s Court
- The Grouping Grid: An innovative method to facilitate building relationships amongst team members.
- “The Birthday Baking Rota” – changing culture with CAKE and celebrations
To download a pdf of all the posters together, please click here.
LFE conference 2021, with Civility Saves Lives
We were fortunate to have some fantastic posters submitted to LfE4, representing many excellent projects around our conference theme. Posters were grouped into 3 sessions, based on the topic of the poster and the session theme.
Session 1 posters were themed around setting up Learning from Excellence systems:
Session 2 posters were themed around workplace culture, support and art at work:
Session 3 posters were themed around putting appreciative inquiry into practice:
Alternatively, to download the posters as shown as slideshows in the breaks at the conference, please use the documents below.
LFE conference 2020
Here are the posters from LfE3 (7th Feb 2020)
|Poster Number||Poster title|
|1||Children’s Hospices in Scotland: Reducing admission time to hospice.|
|2||Appreciative enquiry and positive reporting to improve electronic endorsing of test results in maternity|
|3||Oxford University Hospital: Time critical medicines|
|4||Safe Airway and Ventilation Experience (SAVE)|
|5||Safe and effective handover maternity|
|6||Civility in cardiac theatres|
|7||Turnaround in emergency theatres|
|8||End PJ paralysis|
|9||Reducing anaemia in preterm infants|
|10||Giving Birth to Change: Promoting Learning from Excellence in the maternity unit at PHNT as an Always Event|
|11||Introducing excellence reporting in theatres|
|12||Glad mad sad sessions|
|13||What Do We Value?: What Do We Value?
Using Excellence Reporting to Inform our Trust’s values
|14||The use of Learning from Excellence in an evaluation of an innovative service within a tertiary paediatric hospital|
|15||In the moment: See it, say it|
|16||Boosting Trainee Morale And Educational Experience– A Learning From Excellence Project|
|17||“Words and ideas can change the world”|
|18||Scope of excellence reporting in Countess of Chester Hospital Intensive Care Unit and celebration of the near miss.|
|19||GREATix and DATIX: how we introduced an excellence reporting system in theatres to complement the ‘little sad stories’ generated from incidents reporting.|
|20||Improve the safety of patients at the point of care handover between ambulance and ED staff|
|21||Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre – Greatix excellence reporting system|
|22||Co-designing, implementing and evaluating a ‘Learning from Excellence’ intervention for community health workers and their direct supervisors in Neno, Malawi.|
|23||Outcomes, mechanisms and contextual factors of positive psychology interventions for health workers: a systematic review of global evidence.|
|24||Learning from Excellence at Barnet Hospital|
|25||Using J.E.D.I. tools to influence culture in the Emergency Department. Is this the team you are looking for?|
|26||Complimenting your colleagues: How small changes in your interactions with your co-workers can lead to a positive culture change within a Federation.|
|27||Development of a Multidisciplinary Assessment Clinic For Patients Who Would Benefit From an Outpatient Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment using the ‘Big Room’ Quality Improvement Model.|
|29||Non-technical skills- the pillar of team work|
|30||You have received a Greatix! –Our experience in staff using Learning from Excellence (LfE) and DATIX systems in paediatrics.|
|31||Emotions are contagious|
|32||Positive reporting: recognising good work to boost morale.|
|33||Why Kata Matters|
|34||What are the conditions that enable excellence?|
|35||A Survey with a Twist|
|36||TREx Thames Valley Reporting Excellence: A Journey of Appreciation|
|37||Analysis of the Effect of Excellence Reporting in Chelsea and Westminster and West Middlesex Hospitals|
We had a wonderfully inspiring group of posters submitted to the LfE event in 2018. The authors have kindly agreed to share copies of their work here. Please find pdfs of the posters below:
Here are some of the fantastic posters which were displayed at the 2017 Community event.
This group are on the subject of introducing LfE systems:
This group are on related topics including projects focussing on positive practices, using Appreciative Inquiry or staff wellbeing:
Finally, this group are LfE posters which were displayed at the conference but which had also been presented elsewhere first.