IHI Open School (England)Welcome to the IHI Open School (England) – We are part of the IHI Open School which is an interprofessional educational community giving you the skills to become a change agent in health care.
This is an international organisation with University based Chapters (groups) all over the world.
Chapters are made up of student healthcare professionals actively working on how to improve healthcare. We’re talking about skills like quality improvement, patient safety, teamwork, leadership, and patient-centred care. Employers are looking for these skills, and patients expect providers to have them. But most schools barely touch on these topics. We’re here to help you fill that void.
Watch this video link where Don Berwick, IHI's former president and CEO, explains What's the IHI Open School?
What we do
The IHI Open School (England) holds regular Webinars to discuss issues relevant to student healthcare professionals and their Open School Chapters. We also hold national events including our showcase Conference. Information about our last conference is available for download here:
Open School Conference Report 19-03-2011
Post Conference Proceedings
On our Facebook page we regularly post information about activities and relevant articles. If you have not already joined please join our group at Open School (England)
To find out if there is a Chapter near you go to IHI Open School Chapters.
Even if there isn’t a local Chapter you can still get involved, find out how at the IHI Open School.
You can find IHI Open School Resources here.
Educate a group of champions to enhance their improvement knowledge, skills and behaviours.
Influence policymaking by supporting personal, organisational and political impact.
Connect passionate improvers to develop networks, exchange ideas and disseminate best practice.
To advance the progress of patient safety and quality of care throughout the NHS by developing a network of improvement champions with the knowledge, skills and ability to deliver and sustain service improvement.
Improvement Faculty events