Driver Diagram

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A driver diagram is a powerful tool that helps to translate a high level improvement goal into a logical set of underpinning goals and projects – ‘A project on a page’.

Units have been tasked to back to their units and produce a driver diagram in preparation for sharing during Training Day 3

For training day 2, we asked the teams to produce an aim statement

MAGIC project team from Bradford

An aim statement is a clear explicit summary of what the team hopes to achieve over a specific time. It should be specific, measurable, assignable, relevant, time based – SMART

  • Bradford – Reduce area puncture by Feb 2020 by 50%
  • Doncaster – Reduce loss of native access by 20% by Dec 2021
  • Leeds – 65% haemodialysis patients with fistula/ graft use rope ladder technique by 1st July 2020
  • York – To improve patient experience of cannulation by 25% over the next three months (November 2019)