15th May 2024


National Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Poster Competition 2019
  Thanks to all our poster presenters who shared their work at this year's conference on 15th May 2019

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01   Improving Smoking Cessation Interventions on an Inpatient Cardiology Ward Dr Giles Atton, Cheltenham General Hospital
02 . Significant Event Audit at Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People Mrs Anne-Marie Murkett , Ms Tracy Ruthven, Rainbows Hospice for Children
03   It’s all fun and games until somebody gets hurt: teaching human factors to junior doctors Dr Lucy Baxter, South Tyneside District Hospital
04   Multidisciplinary simulation to influence widespread culture change in falls prevention Dr Lucy Baxter, Dr Amy Verrinder and colleagues, South Tyneside District Hospital
05  Optimising the management of Acute Kidney Injury at a District General Hospital Mr Callum Donaldson and colleagues, King’s College London Second Prize
06   VTE Prophylaxis in Post-Operative Bowel Cancer Patients, Dr Benjamin Walters & Dr Sophie Collins, Hampshire Hospitals NHSFT
07   Improving escalation and pre weekend documentation Dr Annie Wood, Dr Isobel Spring, Croydon Hospital
08   Improvements in sleep quality for hospital inpatients Dr Phillip Sparks and colleagues, Poole General Hospital
09   Do Not Attempt Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (DNACPR) Wristbands Dr Lydia Newton, Ms Ffion Dewi and colleagues,North Bristol NHS Trust
10   Use of a paediatric orthopaedic admission booklet to improve clerking documentation Dr Andrew Beverstock and colleagues, UH Bristol NHSFT
11   Improving Error Rate in Urine Fluid Samples Quality Improvement Project (QIP) Dr Jordan Cook, Dr Sarah Miller, Royal United Hospitals Bath
12   My Pregnancy @ NBT, Dr Sonia Barnfield, Matthew Rees and colleagues, North Bristol NHS Trust
13   Improving care of nursing home residents with dementia by implementation of new model for reviews Dr Jennifer Westwood, Dr Bethany Mayhew and colleagues, Southampton General Hospital
14  A Sepsis Quality Improvement Project on an acute general medical ward in an inner city hospital Dr Kirsty Nweze and colleagues, Barts Health Trust
15   Improving Discussions about Escalation and DNACPR on Oncology, Dr Joe Page, Dr Jason Chai, Dr Rebecca Squires, Dr Katherine Belfield, Dr Esther Hindley UH Bristol NHSFT.
16   Improving sepsis screening, Nicola Lowe, Pippa Richards, Jenny Pickhaver, Sarah Ames, Taunton and Somerset NHSFT
17   Being SURE – The Patient List Redefined, Dr Vinay Shah, Dr Robert Davidson, Dr Palbha Jain, Imperial Healthcare Trust
18   Improving Care of Children Presenting to the Emergency Dept with Surgical Problems, Dr Hao Meng Yip, Mr Max Denning, Dr Zhi- Yang Low, Dr Charlotte Clements
19   Audit of Autologous Stem Cell Transplant Pathway via Ambulatory Care, Dr Hao Meng Yip, Dr Kwee Yong, Dr Dunnya De-Silva 
V Highly Commended
20  Optimising the medical weekend handover system at Weston General Hospital Dr Rachael Goddard, Dr Ann Archer and colleagues
V Highly Commended
21   Reducing hospital-acquired heel pressure ulcers, Ms Nicola Lowe, Karen Triggs, Caroline Upton, Jenny Pickhaver, Taunton and Somerset NHSFT Third Prize
22   Improving antibiotic prescription documentation in a community district hospital, Dr Natalia Sterling, Dr Nikheel PA Patel, University
Hospital Southampton NHSFT
23   The Treatment is in the Details: How We Fail Patients with Pathology Forms, Dr Michael Okocha and colleagues, North Bristol NHS Trust
24   Improving the safety of Phenytoin: Using Micro In situ Simulation Training, Dr Emily Heathfield and colleagues, Ashford & St Peter’s NHSFT
25   From knowing to doing - Putting human factors to work for patient safety, Ms Nicola Davey, Quality Improvement Clinic, Dr S. Lomax, Dr L. Chrisman, Dr Souman, Dr A. Kermode, Royal Surrey County Hospital
26   Don’t be a dipstick: reducing the use of urine dipsticks in diagnosing UTIs in the over 65s, Dr Louise Poole and colleagues, Weston Area Health Trust
27  ‘The antimicrobial journey’, Dr Annika Mills, Dr Andrew Follows, Dr Hannah Watson, Royal United Hospitals Bath
28   Vanquish Vancomycin Variation Dr James Pickard, Alysha Poole and colleagues, Weston Area Health Trust
29   On the benefits of celebrating learning from failure as well as “success”! Ms Benna Waites, Doris A. Behrens, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
30   Can the number of sharps injuries in the Trust be reduced amongst clinical staff? Dr Oliver O’Sullivan, Dr Helena Edwards, Dr Sabrina Carta, Portsmouth Hospitals Trust
31   Application of a standardised measurement of Agitation Dr Thomas Salisbury and colleagues, Plymouth University Hospital Trust
32   Reducing the number of rejected samples at North Bristol Trust, Dr Shuchita Soni, Dr Laura Powell, Dr Francesca Knapper, North Bristol NHS Trust
33   Improving care in sexual assault consultations, Dr Elizabeth Mumby Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
34   Project to reduce the time taken to update handover sheets by junior doctors, Dr Simon Grant, Sue Bracey, University Hospitals Plymouth NHST
35  Time to “Meet and Greet”, Dr Rachael Chiumento, Jay Over and colleagues, Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust V Highly Commended
36  Reducing lithium toxicity in a general hospital, Dr Philippa Lilford, Dr Rosalind Ward, Dr Katie Hall, Somerset Partnership NHSFT
37   Improving the Weekend Handover in a small DGH, Dr Emily Firmston-Williams, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, Dr Sally Ko, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
38   Improving prescribing safety in acute medical and surgical inpatients, Dr Cameron Bullock, Dr Kate Hyde and colleagues, Royal Devon and Exeter NHSFT
39   Summaries given at the end of a Community Outpatient Clinic, assessment of Children with a Disability, Dr Joanne Brooks, Dr Saba Hussain, UH Bristol NHSFT/Sirona Community care
40   Eye Care in ITU: Corneal Exposure, Dr Ali Khanan Kaabneh, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth
41   Taking on the Patient Safety Hurdle in Enacting Change Dr David Peberdy Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
42  “I’ve got a little list” - the scourge of a surgical junior, Dr Hiba Khan, Dr Elizabeth Flesher, Dr James Marshman and colleagues Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital First Prize
43   Improving Safety and Emergency Care of Ward-Based Tracheostomy Patients Dr Peter Sykes and colleagues, North Bristol NHS Trust
44   Safe induction of Locum doctors, Dr Fazia Muneer, Mr Muhammad Faisal Khan, Dr Maira Babar, North Devon District Hospital (NDDH)
45   Improving the documentation of ward rounds in colorectal surgery, Dr Dominic Dewson, Dr Victoria Eves, Dr Robert Gaskell, Dr Alex Hardman, Emma Woodcock, Dr Ibrahim Akinpelu, University Hospitals Plymouth   NHST
46   The new WHO checklist, Dr Claire Cushley and colleagues, Gloucestershire NHS Trust
47    Your patient is deteriorating: It’s Time to ACT, Dr Sara Blakeley and colleagues, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
48   Improving access to local guidelines for junior doctors using a mobile app Dr Jacob Adams, Dr Wai Huang Teng and colleagues, Yeovil District Hospital
49   Optimising Admission Temperatures of Preterm Infants to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Dr Jayne Sage, Dr Claire Rose, Southmead NICU, North Bristol NHST
50   Management of neonates born to mothers with Diabetes mellitus on insulin, admitted to NICU/ SCBU Dr Amruta Amit Fulmali, N Devon District Hospital, Barnstaple
51   QI cracking the code – What is a meaningful measure?, Dr Matthew Ball , Dr J Ingham, Torbay and South Devon NHST
52   Fast track treatment - making impossible possible, Mr Muhammad Faisal Khan, North Devon District Hospital (NDDH)