About Us

The Leeds Institute for Quality Healthcare is a partnership initiative between the University of Leeds, the three Clinical Commissioning Groups, Leeds City Council and the three NHS Trusts in Leeds.

Based on international best practice, it aims to secure improvements in healthcare across the city. We do this by supporting collaborative conversations and networks at system level, developing system-level leadership for quality, using data analysis and improvement techniques to make changes, and involving patients/service users in decision making.

We believe that decisions made between professionals and patients based on good data leads to better care, and that clinical professionals need senior management support to give great care that works across the hospital and home settings.

Our Vision

Improve quality across the health system in Leeds by creating a culture of best quality clinical care at the best value, with patients, service users and carers as partners in decision-making based on good data.

To learn more about the Leeds Institute of Quality Healthcare and its Fellowship Programme, the Programme Director Dr Duncan Ross will talk you through it…

 

 

LIQH also visited Jonkoping in 2016, learn more about it in this video…