During 2019, we facilitated three #Improve4Patients tweet chats alongside Hugh McCaughey, National Improvement Director for the Nhs in England.
A tweet chat is a scheduled, organised conversation on Twitter focused around a specific topic. Anyone can join in a tweet chat, using the designated tweet chat hashtag, in this case #Improve4Patients. You can find all three #Improve4Patients tweet chat reports below.
Outputs and outcomes of Hugh McCaughey’s first #Improve4Patients tweet chat.
The first tweet chat was held on the 20th May 2019, the question was ‘ what does the improvement director need to know about the improvement work that’s currently ongoing in England?’. You can have a read of the tweet chat report, finding out more information such as the number of people who joined and the most common themes. Click here to read.
Outputs and outcomes of Hugh McCaughey’s second #Improve4Patients tweet chat.
The second tweet chat was held on the 26th June 2019, the question of focus being ‘ How can the system best support the building of improvement skills across England?’. You can find out about what happened during the tweet chat and themes extracted from the comments in this report, click here to read.
Outputs and outcomes of Hugh McCaughey’s third #Improve4Patients tweet chat.
The third #Improve4Patients tweet chat was held on the 31st July 2019, the focus being ‘The potential for quality improvement in health and care’. You can find out more about the outputs and outcomes of the tweet chat by clicking here.