2019 Shortlist

EXCELLENCE FOR QI IN MATERNITY, NEONATAL AND PAEDIATRIC SERVICES

Reducing Central Line Bloodstream Infections – Princess Royal Neonatal Unit, Glasgow
Tackling Over-Fasting of Children in our Day Surgery Unit – The Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow
The ‘Coorie-In’ Project – University Hospital Wishaw, NHS Lanarkshire

EXCELLENCE IN USING QI TO SUPPORT THE BEST START IN LIFE (0-8 YEARS)

A Collaborative Approach to Improving Talking and Listening Skills – South Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnership, South Lanarkshire
Improving Identification and Response for Children With Emotional/Behavioural Concerns – NHS Lanarkshire
“Look Who’s Talking!” Project – Education and Children’s Services, Fife

EXCELLENCE IN USING QI TO SUPPORT OUR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TOWARDS BETTER OUTCOMES (8+ YEARS)
Improving Learner’s School Experience – Balcurvie Primary School, Fife
Improving Positive Destination for Our Leavers – Alloa Academy, Clackmannanshire
Improving S5/6 Learners’ achievements in Higher PE – Auchmuty High School, Fife

COMPASSIONATE COLLABORATION AWARD
“Get Doon Tae Chat” – Alison Gooding and the Get Doon Tae Chat Network, Ayrshire
“It’s Not Rocket Science” – Mental Health and Wellbeing Group, Falkirk

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CHAMPION AWARD
Janie Allen, East Ayrshire Council
Gillian O’Rourke, Edinburgh City Council
Robert Naylor, Falkirk Council

MOST INSPIRING OR INNOVATIVE PROJECT AWARD
Building Positive Relationships – NHS Lothian and West Lothian Council
The CHANGE Hub – CHANGE: Childcare and Nurture Glasgow East
Working Together to Improve Vision Outcomes in Pre-school Children – NHS Lanarkshire

ACHIEVING RESULTS AT SCALE AWARD
A Quality Improvement Faculty for Results at Scale – Argyll & Bute Council
Spreading Learning for Writing Using QI – Education & Children’s Services, Fife Council
Sustainable Approaches to Support SLC –  SLT Attainment Team (NHS Lanarkshire)

TOP TEAM AWARD FOR EMBEDDING QI AS A WAY OF WORKING TO GET IT RIGHT FOR EVERY CHILD
A Collaborative Approach to Improving Talking and Listening Skills – South Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnership, South Lanarkshire
Revised Child’s Plan and Planning Improvement Project – Moray Council
The GIRFEC Approach in Argyll & Bute – NHS Highland

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD 
Sarah Else, Fife Council
Jude Breslin, Falkirk Council
Louise McIntosh, NHS Ayrshire & Arran

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