Videos: Quality improvement scientific symposium 2022 virtual lunchtime sessions
To replace the cancelled in-person Quality improvement scientific symposium 2022, we held four virtual lunchtime sessions in Feb/March 2022.
Below we have made the keynote and rapid-fire sessions available. You can view the videos (closed captions available) and/or download the transcripts for each.
24 February session: Carolyn Canfield and Deon York
(Keynote) Discovering resilience: From patient harm to partnership | Carolyn Canfield, citizen–patient and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia, Canada.
(Rapid-fire) Health reforms: Consumer and whānau voices | Deon York, assistant director partners in care, Health Quality & Safety Commission.
3 March session: Steve McCrone and Cindy Blackwell | Julie Yap
(Keynote) The unintended consequences of ‘improvement’ | Steve McCrone, chief executive officer, AGLX Asia.
(Rapid-fire) Pacific HOP Squad: Cross-service collaboration to improve complex discharge planning for at-risk elderly patients | Cindy Blackwell, improvement advisor, and Julie Yap, clinical nurse specialist gerontology, Counties Manukau Health.
Download transcript (.docx, 54KB)
10 March session: Dr Carl Horsley and Dr Mary Seddon
(Keynote) He Toki Ngao Matariki Aotearoa (Resilient health care) | Dr Carl Horsley, clinical lead systems safety, Health Quality & Safety Commission.
(Rapid-fire) Reducing the MRI outpatient waiting list through a capacity and demand time series improvement programme | Dr Mary Seddon, director, Ko Awatea, Counties Manukau Health
Download transcript (.docx, 89KB)
24 March session: Te Puea Winiata and Pauline Fakalata | Mylee Gordon
(Keynote) Health care resilience – Aotearoa | Te Puea Winiata, chief executive, Turuki Healthcare.
(Rapid-fire) Improving equity for Māori and Pacific people on the planned care pathway at Auckland DHB | Pauline Fakalata, nurse lead Pacific planned care navigation, and Mylee Gordon, team lead, Kaiarahi Nahi, Auckland DHB.
Download transcript (.docx, 47KB)