Jan 072014
 
Mike Davidge

Mike Davidge

Research suggests that as little as 8% of people are successful in their New Year’s Resolutions. So how can you be the one in twelve that do?  The trick is to phrase your resolution an as achievable target, with a clear aim.

For example, which of these is most likely to get results?

1. I’m going to lose some weight

2. I’m going to lose 6 pounds by March Continue reading »

Jan 012014
 
Dr Alan Willson

Dr Alan Willson

Happy New Year! And welcome to #IQT2014. New Year’s Resolutions are often about small changes that make a big difference. That’s why we’re dedicating the first two weeks of 2014 to Improving Quality Together, to encourage NHS Wales staff to put “Make a start on IQT Bronze” on their New Year’s Resolutions list.

Improving Quality Together is the national learning programme for all NHS Wales staff and contractors. It provides a common language and consistent approach to improving the quality of services in NHS organisations across Wales.

Over 3,500 individuals completed IQT in 2013 – and if you haven’t taken part yet, over the next two weeks, we’ll be showing you the benefits IQT Bronze can make for you, your workload, and, most importantly, your patients. Continue reading »