What is ‘knowledge mobilisation’? What’s the difference between data used for quality assurance and data used for quality improvement? What’s important to patients? Does compettition and publicly reporting data actually help anyone other than those who are already leading in their field? Can league tables lead to a ‘culture of blame’? ‘We need to spend less time measuring and more time improving’; how do we effectively support practitioners who want to get better?
Presented by Dr Ramani Moonesinghe, Professor of Perioperative Medicine at University College London (UCL).