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KQuiP for Manchester

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Graham Lipkin, Co-chair of KQuIP presented at the 9th UK Dialysis Conference in Manchester
on the Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP)

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KQuiP for Manchester

  1. 1. 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 1 Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP) 9th UK Dialysis Conference Graham Lipkin, Co-chair of KQuIP
  2. 2. Background 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 2 UK Kidney Community has a proud history of innovation, high quality measurement and working together with our patients
  3. 3. Clinical Practice Guidance: Guidance for UK Practice 30/09/2016 3Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin
  4. 4. UK Renal Registry 18th Annual Report 2015 Access at Initiation of Dialysis 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 4
  5. 5. Variation: Pre-emptive Transplantation 30/09/2016 5Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin
  6. 6. Notable Quality Improvements 30/09/2016 6 • Dialysis catheter-associated MRSA bacteraemia • Improved AV Fistula access rates …..successful ongoing QI projects The knowing - doing gap – sustainability • Embed in everyday unit practice • Education-tools for team to build Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin
  7. 7. What is key to improving the outcomes of care? • Recognition of the problem (Conference) • Commitment and dedication to delivering excellence • A supportive enabling structure (KQuIP/UKRR) 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 7
  8. 8. Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP) 8 Children and adults England and Home Countries Why is KQuIP different? From within whole community Constant Embed quality improvement as part of the day job! 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin
  9. 9. Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQuIP) 9 KQuIP is a dynamic network of kidney health professionals, patients carers and Industry …committed to developing, supporting and sharing quality improvement in kidney services…. in order to enhance outcomes and quality of life for patients with kidney disease. 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin
  10. 10. 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 10 KQuIP Development Programme Board Work Stream Chairs Group 6 Work Streams KOG Faculty
  11. 11. KQuIP Workstreams 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 11 Development Dal Hothi and Richard Fluck Measurement Katie Fielding Supporting Networks John Stoves Communication Paul Bristow Projects Hugh Gallagher RA/BRS Patient Safety Katy Jones
  12. 12. KQuIP – How will it support Renal Quality Improvement? 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 12 National • Strategic level through advice to Clinical Reference Group • Central UK Renal Registry project management and faculty • Online repository Regional supporting existing Renal Clinical Networks • UK Renal Registry/KQuIP quality improvement day • Regional project management support • Peer assist model
  13. 13. KQuIP - Driving Renal Quality Improvement 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 13 Local unit, you and me • Education and support materials - the go to place • Peer assist (Share - ‘ask a friend’) • Support for local projects • Clinical QI leads (Projects QI leads - Medical and MDT)
  14. 14. Design Event: Coming together to shape KQuIP 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 14
  15. 15. Priorities for Quality Improvement • Improved access to home dialysis therapies • Access to kidney transplantation • Acute kidney injury (prevention, early diagnosis and management) • Improving AV fistula access rates • Paediatric to adult transition • Optimising patient engagement, shared and self care • Improving patient safety 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 15
  16. 16. KQuIP Priorities: Moving to Delivery 1. Enable development of 3 national projects (Workstreams) 2. Roll out regional KQuIP/UK Renal Registry days (UKRR/Faculty) 3. Web development/knowledge management platform (UKRR) 4. Extend faculty 5. Embed education & training QI and leadership (LTMD and MDT) 6. Secure further funding & link with NHS QI arms (Workstreams) 7. Build link to safety 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 16
  17. 17. Home Therapies QI Project: KQuIP Support? 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 17 Home First Project development • Projects WS • Comms • Metrics Regional scaling • PM support • Network • KQuIP/UKRR day • Education, LTMD Peer assist mode KQuIP faculty Conferences KQuIP sessions Knowledge management platform
  18. 18. KQuIP welcomes you Enabling you and your team to improve access to home dialysis 30/09/2016Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership - 9th UK Dialysis Conference - Graham Lipkin 18 www.thinkkidneys.nhs.uk/kquip/

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