Over the COVID-19 crisis, I'm publishing a weekly bulletin - XQQQS Me! - to explore what we can learn from this fast-tracked world of high performance we find ourselves in - and how we can apply it to creating great care over the longer term.
Two editions were especially popular: leadership and motivation. This leadership edition identifies six characteristics of leadership in tough times I've observed during the COVID-19 response - and explores how we can apply them to lead great care every day.
XQQQS Me! (2) What COVID-19 is teaching us about...Staying Motivated to Create Great Care
'Person-centred care from the inside out' with Glenda Gorrie PART 2
'Person-centred care from the inside out' with Glenda Gorrie PART 1
The Point of Care: how one leader took a health service from ordinary to extraordinary: Chapter 1. By Cathy Balding.
No Harm Done Podcast episode 10 - we made it!
Is your quality system getting you where you want to go? The one page quality system performance assessment tool.
Accelerate your quality system results with this one shift
No Harm Done Podcast Episode 3: Congratulations, You're a Quality Manager!
Ambulance Victoria's strategic approach to providing Best Ambulance Care for every patient
The quality of residential aged care: where are we and where to from here? - Maree Cameron
Is 'consumer-centred care' what consumers really need - or want? - Maree Cameron
How 525 days without a pressure injury changed a ward culture - Mel Wityk
Healthcare Leadership from the other side of the bed - Julie Warnock
Leading for Safety and Quality as a healthcare CEO - Dr Michael Walsh
Healthcare leadership for safety and quality - in a crisis - Jacque Phillips.
The Bluejacketeer Podcast for Hospital Corpsman
Training the Pointing Labrador
Rick Berube - RE Success
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