Patient and Professional Co-produced Webinar – Kidney Services Improving At Scale

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Patient and Professional Co-produced Webinar – Kidney Services Improving At Scale

Calling all kidney patients, carers and health care professionals!

Forthcoming Patient/Health Care Professional Co-produced Involvement Webinar

KQuIP and KPIN Webinar Poster for 14 July 2020
KQuIP and KPIN Webinar Poster for 14 July 2020

Details

Date:  14th July 2020

Time:  5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Event Category:  Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP), Patient Involvement, Co-produced Service Improvement

Venue

Virtual Meeting

Organiser

KQuIP

Outline

With COVID -19 and the raised awareness of a lack of diversity in so many arenas it has never been more important than right here, right now, to involve patients and carers with health care professionals in the service development and improvement of health services.

Why not join us listen to patients and professionals discuss – with honesty –  their practical experiences from four leading renal quality improvement programmes as well as how this will change/could be improved going forward; during a KQuIP and KPIN Webinar on the 14th of July from 5pm to 6.30pm

This is the first in a series of  #LearningFrom webinars based on the outputs from the Health Foundation funded report Kidney Services: Improving at Scale.

If you are a patient, a carer, a family member or health professional who is involved in service improvement or wanting to get involved and share your voice, this event will be of interest for you.

Direct registration links: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YI510LH1Rn-C_nuQEwD8FQ

Event website: https://www.thinkkidneys.nhs.uk/event/webinar-learning-from-patients-and-professionals-working-together-to-improve-kidney-care/

The panel

Further information on the panelists.

Registration

Register for free online here.

Further information for attendees

Before attending the webinar, we would encourage you to read chapter nine of the report, Kidney Services: Improving at Scale.

A summary slide-deck can be viewed here.

Resources and support for kidney patient involvement in service provision, quality improvement and research can be found via the Kidney Patient Involvement Network here.

 

KPIN is also keen to hear your comments from the webinar including how the Kidney Patient Involvement Network can help going forward including helping to outline its priorities.

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