The Forum will include three workshops for attendees to choose one to attend on the opening day.
Purpose: A four hour workshop to provide an overview improving quality and safety in mental health care and the model for improvement to innovate safely to improve consumer outcomes.
“I had a dream…”/
“What matters to me?”
|Local Innovation, Local Improvement||
Rapid testing PDSAs
|Learning and Success – Understanding Variation||
||Practical session on interpreting data|
Outcome: After the workshops participants will:
- Gain experience in how to apply the Model for Improvement
- Identify three improvement tools
- Gain experience in rapid testing PDSAs
- Understand the key elements of interpreting data to drive improvement
We all need to feel safe and we are all responsible for contributing to safe and quality spaces to work and to receive treatment, care and support. The SAIF2020 conference has five themes that reflect the key areas of safety and quality for all. We are called as individuals, and as a collective, to contribute to these improvements. However, we can be faced with a knowledge gap in understanding what engagement is, how to do it and how to contribute to it.
This workshop will provide participants with the tools, tips and techniques to influence and transform practices, especially new initiatives. From these experiences, we aim to make a practical contribution to the purpose of SAIF 2020.
What is co-design? How does the IAP2 spectrum relate to engagement practices and how can understanding it better help us in practice? How does Lived Experience leadership contribute to service transformation so that all can feel safe? How do we transform passive participation into actively influencing cultural change that benefits all? These are the types of questions this workshop seeks to answer and we hope to inspire participants to become champions of safety and innovation!
Demonstrating through experiential learning:
- the definitions, application and outcomes of engagement activities
- Co-Design in practice (introductory)
- why a diversity of voices improves quality and safety
- how lived experience leadership transforms traditional planning methods