Royal North Shore Hospital and Ryde’s Service Improvement team
Change is never easy but new training is helping staff New training courses are being offered to help staff adapt to the constant changes brought about by policies, procedures and new ways of improving care.
North Shore and Ryde Hospital Improvement Director Chris Ball said the courses provide practical and tangible tools, and strategies to effectively implement change, including how to overcome personal, historical, cultural and organisational resistance to change. “Change is hard, it’s uncomfortable, most people generally do not want to change as they believe they are doing what is right and for the right reasons,” he said.
practical skills to implement effective sustainable change and support people through the change process. It’s a specialised skillset, like any other role we do in health.” Future courses will be held on July 24 and July 31 at RNSH and November 13 and 14 at Ryde Hospital. For further information, or to enrol, please contact Jessica Drysdale, acting Service Improvement Manager, Jessica. email@example.com
To help staff adapt to change, and ensure changes are properly implemented, Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) and Ryde’s Service Improvement team is offering Accelerated Implementation Methodology (AIM) training courses. The courses can be attended by all disciplines, from nursing staff, resident medical officers, patient flow managers and executive members.
“The AIM course is about providing people with the
Conference Success Staff turned out in strong numbers for the Nursing and Midwifery Research and Innovative Practice conference. The event included concurrent sessions as well as keynote speakers from across NSW Health. The all-day event included a number of awards and a chance for staff to exhibit their posters.
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