KQuIP is recruiting!

Quality Improvement Programme Manager Salary: £35,000 – £39,000Hours: Full timeContract: 12 month fixed term contract (with potential for extension)Location: home-based (south London and south east England). Please note, whilst there is no set location, much of this role will be working with our partners and stakeholders in the south east of England. What is the Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership?KQuIP is a national collaborative, working to improve…

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Renal units across the East and West Midlands come together to improve access to dialysis at home

Despite national professional guidance and patient groups stating more people wish to dialyse at home there has been little consistent progress towards this in the last 10 years. In January 2019, ten renal units across the East and West Midlands began working together to address this unmet need, launching the national quality improvement project, DAYLife. The projects key objectives are to improve the care of people…

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Paediatric KQuIP projects launched

Following the national meeting in November 2018, over 60 members of the multi-professional teams, patients and families came together on Friday 28th June in Birmingham to launch the Paediatric Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP).  The day was co-chaired by Daljit Hothi, consultant nephrologist from GOSH, and Kamal Dhesi, patient advocate and carer.  13 renal units from across the UK were represented and received a whistle-stop tour…

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