Improvement Showcase

The improve­ment show­case brings togeth­er inte­grat­ed South Aus­tralian teams to con­nect, share and explore improve­ments made in healthcare.

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 10: What Mat­ters to Me” Build­ing a world class WCH

In this pre­sen­ta­tion Jane Haley describes the process­es the new Women’s and Children’s Project team have adopt­ed to include and ampli­fy the voice of con­sumers. She shares how the team have put the prin­ci­ples of per­son and fam­i­ly cen­tred care into prac­tice by engag­ing and plan­ning in part­ner­ship with con­sumers and their families.

Improve­ment Show­case 9: Com­mu­ni­ty Help­ing Com­mu­ni­ty: ECH and LGBTI Connect

In this pre­sen­ta­tion, Robyn Lier­ton talks about ECH’s spe­cial­ist ser­vice for old­er peo­ple from Les­bian, Gay, Bisex­u­al, Trans­gen­der and Inter­sex (LGBTI) com­mu­ni­ties called LGBTI Con­nect. This pre­sen­ta­tion out­lines the co-design method­ol­o­gy that was used to suc­cess­ful­ly design and imple­ment a tai­lored ser­vice for and with LGBTI communities.

Improve­ment Show­case 8: Youth Can­cer Ser­vice Experience

In this pre­sen­ta­tion, Allan Hay­ward talks about The Youth Can­cer Ser­vice SA/NT who pro­vides for sup­port­ive care ser­vices for 15 – 25yo with a recent can­cer diag­no­sis. This pre­sen­ta­tion looks at The Youth Can­cer Ser­vice’s expe­ri­ences work­ing with their Youth Advi­so­ry Group over the years.

Improve­ment Show­case 7: Coro­nary Angiogram Data­base of SA

In this pre­sen­ta­tion, A/​Prof Rosan­na Tavel­la dis­cuss­es Coro­nary Angiogram Data­base of South Aus­tralia (CADOSA), a car­diac pro­ce­dure reg­istry cap­tur­ing pub­lic hos­pi­tal patients under­go­ing coro­nary angiog­ra­phy and/​or per­cu­ta­neous coro­nary inter­ven­tion (PCI).

Improve­ment Show­case 6: Improv­ing Car­diac Out­comes in Coun­try SA

In this pre­sen­ta­tion, Rosy Tir­i­mac­co dis­cuss­es devel­op­ing and imple­ment­ing clin­i­cal tools and sys­tems to sup­port pri­ma­ry care teams in the deliv­ery of up-to-date evi­denced based acute car­diac care with seam­less access to met­ro­pol­i­tan based ter­tiary car­diac care services. 

Improve­ment Show­case 5: Pre­ci­sion Pub­lic Health Going Digital

In this pre­sen­ta­tion, Andre Andrade will describe how Vet­er­ans’ MATES (a Depart­ment of Vet­er­ans’ Affairs fund­ed med­i­cine advice pro­gram) uses data and dig­i­tal infra­struc­ture to change pri­ma­ry care prac­tices at a nation­al level.

Improve­ment Show­case 4: Amputee Reha­bil­i­ta­tion 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.