Support for groups does not end when our programmes do. We continue to provide bespoke support through Longitudinal Support Clinics.
We understand the slow and infuriating process of improvement projects. You can hit walls, massive changes interrupt your progress etc
You can develop blind spots that lead to increased frustration. You need help to see something from a different angle. We all need that from time to time.
These sessions are arranged to help you design, implement, and sustain your project. They are designed around your needs, with flexibility within the sessions.
Here are some of the ways the sessions can help:
General format of clinics
Pre-clinic: any information on what you want to get from the session
Start of clinic: brief introductions to people, projects and issues. Themes and requirements identified.
Within the clinic:
Wrap-up: brief review of outcomes and review of clinic.
Faculty – at least two faculty members will normally be present, so that groups can work in parallel.
As an example: at the March meeting, one project held a project meeting to identify key actions, with small input from faculty on data and processes. Another project had some individual faculty support to review project aims and identify resources to take project forward.
If you need something not listed here, please ask – our aim is to help you complete your projects and get maximum learning from the process.
Email us on LIQH@leeds.ac.uk with the date and the members of your group coming and any dietary needs. No need to fill in forms.
Support Clinics run from 0930 – 1600. You are welcome to attend just the morning (0930 – 1230), the afternoon (1300 – 1600) or the whole day.
|LIQH Project support clinics:||Venue|
|Weds 19 April||CIHM|
|Weds 17 May||CIHM|
|Tues 13 June||CIHM|
|Thurs 6 July||CIHM|