Embedding sustainability into healthcare education; lessons learned from practice
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The SusQI Education Project at the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare supported by the Health Foundation and Health Education England has been working for over three years to integrate sustainability into QI education for healthcare professionals. The Project has recruited Beacon Sites including nursing and medical universities, foundation school deaneries and HEE postgraduate schools, and has enabled their faculty to become leaders in SusQI education. SusQI is now taught to healthcare professionals across all four nations of the UK and is equipping the workforce to drive the transition towards a sustainable NHS.
This event will highlight the lessons learned from the SusQI Education Project, touching on newly published research findings. We will explore with our panel members the strategies taken to embed SusQI into QI education, the impact it has on learners, and how we are navigating the further spread of SusQI through the Beacon Site Programme and SusQI Academy.
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12:00 – Welcome & introduction to SusQI in healthcare education
12:10 – Panel interviews
- Dr Heather Baid, University of Brighton: embedding SusQI into nursing postgraduate education
- Dr Florence Wedmore, Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University London: teaching SusQI to medical students
- Dr Kay Leedham-Green, Imperial College London Medical Education Research Unit: lessons learned from a multisite, multiprofessionals evaluation study of SusQI
12:55 – Panel Q&A session
13:30 – Close
This project is funded through Q, by the Health Foundation and NHS England and NHS Improvement. You can view more topics of the connecting Q locally series, here.
20 May 2022 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM