What is it?
The showcase is a free, themed webinar series hosted by The CEIH, where participants interact with presenters and each other in to explore how improvements within their given fields can improve healthcare in South Australia.
Each week, a new presenter team will investigate how improvements are identified, designed, implemented, evaluated and what insights and lessons can be learned throughout the process.
Each session will run for 40 minutes with extra time for the presenting team and participants to ask questions.
Why do we need it?
Change doesn’t happen by chance. We need to think big, try new things, collaborate and have access to the latest evidence and data to make the best decisions. In order to truly innovate, we must continually assess and improve to understand how our actions make an impact.
The Improvement Showcase helps us do just this by bringing together State healthcare groups in a safe space to think about bettering the future of healthcare in South Australia and to celebrate the impact of improvements already implemented.
How it’s happening
The webinars are free and held weekly via Zoom. For those who cannot attend every week, each webinar will be recorded and made freely available to both participants and anyone seeking to improve healthcare in South Australia.
Register to attend
To sign up for the next session, register at Eventbrite.
Watch Past Sessions
Improvement Showcase 4: Amputee Prehabilitation Programme, CALHN
In the final webinar of the series, the Day Rehabilitation Service team will discuss the development of the Amputee Prehabilitation Programme.
Improvement Showcase 3: Supporting Quality Assertive Discharge, SALHN
In the third of the series, Peta Woodcock will describe how the team developed the Supporting Quality Assertive Discharge, SALHN.
Improvement Showcase 2: Gynaecology Ambulatory Care, NALHN
Martin Ritossa will describes how NALHN developed the Ambulatory Gynaecology service at Modbury Hospital.
Improvement Showcase 1: Integrated Management System, SALHN
Angie Goodrich describes how SALHN developed the Integrated Management System at Flinders Medical Centre.