Author: Improvement Cymru

Celebrating a year of Improvement Cymru Academy and looking ahead by Dominique Bird, Head of Capacity & Capability

A year ago this week we were celebrating the launch of Improvement Cymru and the Improvement Cymru Academy. We spent 2 days with over 650 of you sharing good practice, networking improvements and learning approaches to improvements at the micro and system level with partners from Northern Ireland and Scotland

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Resources to support people with learning disabilities during the COVID-19 outbreak by Dr Ruth Wyn Williams, Senior Improvement Manager, Improvement Cymru.

As a learning disability nurse, people with learning disability and their families have always amazed me with their resilience, passion and commitment to strive for what’s right.  During the COVID-19 pandemic people have read, danced, joined music sessions, sang, took part in online quizzes, baked, exercised and there are many

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Health Worker Safety: A Priority for Patient Safety – NHS Wales Delivery Unit

This year’s theme for World Patient Safety Day is the welfare and safety of healthcare workers. It recognises that working in stressful environments can make health workers more prone to errors, which can lead to patient harm. Quality and Safety is a theme running through all the DU’s work; this

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