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For those not yet aware, The Health Foundation, in collaboration with NHS Improvement, has established a new health improvement network called Q.
Q is currently promoting their network to those working in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
If you have expertise in improvement and primarily work/volunteer in these parts of the UK, you are able to apply.
All applications for the spring wave need to be submitted by 23:59 (GMT) Monday 10 April.’
You can find details of the application process here: https://q.health.org.uk/join-q/
Taken from their website, Q says of itself:
‘Q is an initiative connecting people, who have improvement expertise, across the UK. It is led by the Health Foundation and supported and co-funded by NHS Improvement. Q’s mission is to foster continuous and sustainable improvement in health and care.
We’re creating opportunities for people to come together as an improvement community – sharing ideas, enhancing skills and collaborating to make health and care better.
We are creating Q for the long term to support individuals and their existing improvement work, to benefit members’ organisations and the populations they serve. It is designed to complement and help connect other initiatives and networks.
This is an exciting time for Q as we begin to pilot a variety of activities and opportunities that will enable people to connect, exchange, collaborate and learn. Some of these will be led by the Health Foundation, with others led by members and partner organisations.
You can find out more about Q here: https://q.health.org.uk/about/
by Lizzie Ette, Lecturer in Nursing