Skip to main content
Course length
6-hour course
CPD points
6 CPD points
Module leader

CPD certified, by the CPD Certification Service

Introduction to Quality Improvement Methodology is a fun and engaging introductory one-day course, ideal for those starting out or already involved in Quality Improvement work. Developed and delivered by clinicians, you'll gain not only theory, but practical ideas to apply in your organisation.

Who is this course suitable for?

  • Suitable for all Healthcare Professionals, both clinical and non-clinical

  • Applicable to all departments and Multi-disciplinary teams

Course objectives

This course will:

  • Use interactive games & exercises to demonstrate QI methodology

  • Help you to understand Systems Thinking and working in complex systems

  • Define the different types of data in healthcare; how do we measure change and improvement? 

  • Discuss how to deal with variation in data  

  • Look at the psychology of change; why do we resist? 

  • Review a Quality Improvement case study  

  • Explore how you can apply Quality Improvement principles to your work 

Course testimonials

This was really good course delivered in easy to understand step wise approach, made it easy to understand the methodology of QI process.

Alia Bashir
Clinical fellow O&G
Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend,

Really exceeded my expectations and filled me with enthusiasm for taking my project forward. I feel empowered.

Dr Gillian Upstill-Goddard
Royal United Hospital Bath

Thank you for educating me on the theories and equipping me with tools for OI, I feel I have the confidence and understanding to try some projects

Terren Ku
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust

Brilliant course, which commanded attention throughout

Kodali Prasad
Staff grade T&O
Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil

This course was very engaging and interactive. I think it got us all thinking about how we can do our next QI project in a better way. Many thanks.

Sarah Jenkins
Speciality Doctor- Max Fac
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board