Robbie Foy - 29th October Seminar at Primary Care Sciences

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Robbie Foy - 29th October Seminar at Primary Care Sciences

Postby S. Weir » Fri Oct 09, 2009 3:16 pm

Dear all
If you would like to attend this seminar please, ensure that you book a place
Institute for Primary Care & Health Sciences
Arthritis Research Campaign National Primary Care Centre


Thursday 29th October 2009

Professor Robbie Foy
From University of Leeds

will be speaking on
Evidence-based quality improvement: The Great Leap Forward?
The transfer of research findings into practice is unpredictable and can be a slow and haphazard process

· A range of strategies can be employed to change professional and organizational behaviour.
· Just as there is an expectation that clinical practice should be evidence-based, approaches to changing clinical practice should also be evidence-based
· We don’t yet know which intervention works best for a given targeted behaviour in a given context

Given the limitations of the evidence base, a pragmatic way to improving practice would include:

· Consideration of potential benefits, harms, costs and unintended consequences in selecting priorities for quality improvement
· Being clear about what change is required
· Drawing upon models and frameworks to help map out key influences on practice
Using an explicit and justifiable basis for the selection of intervention strategies
12.30 Buffet Lunch, 1.00 - 2.00 Seminar
0.73 Primary Care Sciences - for Buffet
0.78 Dinwoodie Lecture Theatre - for Seminar

To reserve a place please contact Sue Weir on
Tel: 01782 733922 or email: s.weir@cphc.keele.ac.uk
For directions to the venue or any further information please do not hesitate to contact Sue
Please note that parking is pay and display and there is limited space on the Medical School/Primary Care Sciences car park.

Sue Weir
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