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Trainee Programme Support Assessment

Posted: 10 August 2022 Assessment Instructions – Download here >> Venue notes – Download here >> Email your completed documents to

ELFT QI Coach Community Seminars 2023

Posted: 26 July 2022 All QI Coaches at ELFT are invited to attend 4 annual QI Coach Community Seminars. These sessions form part of their continuous professional development and support the coaching network to learn and develop together. All seminar dates are below and have been sent to QI Coach diaries. If you have any questions please get in... Read More

Applying QI along the journey to becoming a Marmot NHS trust – Tackling social determinants of health in Newham and Luton

Posted: 20 July 2022 Over the past 50 years, the recognition of the role that the wider social determinants of health play have been increasingly highlighted. These building blocks of health include things like work, education, housing, demographic factors and access to food to name a few. However, what is clear is that those who are more socio-economically disadvantaged... Read More

Pursuing Equity Perinatal Project

Posted: 20 July 2022 Justine Cawley, ELFT Trustwide Lead for Perinatal Mental Health In this clip you can hear from Justine on how they are working to support improving outcomes for women experiencing perinatal mental health issues. Hear why it’s important to some of the groups most impacted by the issue. You will also hear what the team are... Read More

How Newham Mental Health directorate are pursuing equity

Posted: 20 July 2022 By Catherine Heaney, Improvement Advisor, ELFT QI Three teams in Newham Adult Mental Health services, are working to pursue equity for those they serve using Quality Improvement (QI) methods as part of the ELFT Pursuing Equity Programme. In this story you can find some short video clips from these teams describing the focus of their... Read More

Using QI to support access and outcomes for Black and Minority Ethnic populations in Newham, Tower Hamlets and City & Hackney

Posted: 20 July 2022 By Carlos Santos, Improvement Advisor and Sam Ogunkoya, Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) People Participation Worker & QI Project Lead           In this interview you will hear from Sam Ogunkoya and the project he is leading to improve the accessibility of Mental Health Services for the BAME population of Newham, Tower... Read More

Pursuing Equity – Equal Access to Tower Hamlets Early Intervention Service Psychology

Posted: 20 July 2022 by Eleanor Addo, Ramla, Shanaz & Catherine Tunnard Interested in the power of co-production? Want to ensure your service is more equitable? Read how Tower Hamlets Early Intervention Service (THEIS) harnessed co-production to make their service more equitable and increase and sustain access to psychological therapies for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) service users... Read More

Bow ward shortlisted for Nursing Times award

Posted: 20 July 2022 The team on Bow ward have been recently shortlisted for the Nursing Times award. The team have been using QI to improve care for their inpatients and their staff by adopting trauma informed principles, safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, and empowerment. Bow ward is the only all-female adult forensic ward and in addition there was a... Read More

Alex Harbourne

Posted: 6 July 2022 Alex is Clinical Director and QI Sponsor for Tower Hamlets Community Health. Alex graduated from Bart’s and the London Medical School in 2004 and has worked in East London ever since. She started her new role at ELFT as Clinical Director of the Tower Hamlets Community Health Services in February 2022 and has loved getting to... Read More

Alex Hadayah

Posted: 6 July 2022 A QI Sponsor role involves: A senior member of staff with close link to DMT Keep an eye on project progression, helping unblock barriers and championing the work Support DMTs in developing improvement priorities, and planning QI training Manage allocation of resource and effort to QI Accountable for project progression (not outcomes) Their responsibilities are:... Read More


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