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<jats:p>This paper gives a narrative account of how the Oxford Healthcare Improvement Centre has embedded continuous quality improvement (CQI) across both mental health and community services in Oxford, UK. The aim of the centre is to develop capability across healthcare services, with frontline staff leading CQI independently. The paper discusses the various methods employed to achieve this aim, including the provision of training, mentoring and support to those undertaking improvement work, alongside developing the required governance for CQI.</jats:p>

Original publication

DOI

10.1192/bji.2020.26

Type

Journal article

Journal

BJPsych International

Publisher

Royal College of Psychiatrists

Publication Date

10/06/2020

Pages

1 - 4