We know not everyone has the time to trawl the internet and countless books to research the latest ideas and evidence to help you and those around you work as safely as possible. That’s why every fortnight we send our members a newsletter full of the information that we think might be useful to them and the resources to help put those ideas into practice.
Below is a catalogue of some of our past newsletters that we’ve grouped into themes to help you navigate them more easily. Click on the title to view the full newsletter
Talking to Each Other
- Our story since 2014
- Conversations to help people work safely
- Why conversation counts and isn’t ‘all talk’
- International thinking
- What can you do now?
- Keep it simple
- Things that get in the way of talking to each other
- Learning from Excellence
- From our members’ perspective
- Better culture, safer care
- Phil Riddell: Social media and safety – sharing what you know
- A bit of help to ask the right questions
- Three questions to get you started
- Appreciative conversations around Kitchen Tables
- Talking about talking
- Introducing the #QiComms charter
- Helping people talk to each other about learning from excellence
- Kicking off the year with kindness
- Matchmaking – lets be kind to each other
- The impact of incivility
- Thank you for December!
- Supporting #NHS70
- What a year
- All you need for a Kitchen TableLessons from #NKTW2017
- Patient Safety Awareness Week
- Why three key topics?
- Resources to help you bring people together
- NKTW 2018 plans across the country
- Recognising the difference people can make
- A little bit more inspiration
- Have you seen our brand new website?
- Topics for your Kitchen Table
- Help from Suzette for understanding Kitchen Tables
- Sharing great questions for great conversations around the kitchen table
- NKTW 2018 across the country
- If you have 1 minute…
- If you have 2 minutes…
- If you have 5 minutes…
- If you have 10 minutes…
- If you have 20 minutes…
- And if you have 30 minutes…
- Civility saves lives
- The price of incivility
- Risky behaviour
- A way of calling out rudeness
- How incivility shuts down our brain at work
- Putting people centre stage
- Looking in the mirror
- A safe space to talk: Collateral benefits of safety culture debriefings
- Who are we really afraid of?
- Some resources to help
- What is a safety culture?
- Violations / risky behaviour
- What if something goes wrong?
- How Mersey Care are changing the way they view culture
- How you say something matters
- Ways to get involved in the ‘NHS70 celebrations
- It’s #Kind2018 again!
- Learning from Learning from Excellence
- What matters to me
- Ash Grange Nursing Home: “This time categorically we cannot fail…”
- What makes us feel good about our work?
- When disagreement strengthens relationships
- How to build a speaking up culture in teams
- Taking a deeper look at joy
- Rolling your eyes at joy in work? so was I until…
- The power of “thank you”
- Role modelling isn’t just for leaders
- Our ‘Safety Culture explained in 3 minutes’ video
- Just Culture the movie; Mersey Care
- Communicating and engaging with people to help them make a difference
- Webinar: Is Joy in Work Possible in 2018?
- Safe Spaces for learning
- Joyful Leadership
- IHI Framework for Improving Joy in Work
- Three quick reads on Positive Psychology
- Appreciative conversation starters around enjoying our work
- To help people talk to each other
- Matchmaking – date for your diary!
This newsletter is a little bit different. This is because we have two big pieces of news for you;
National Kitchen Table Week 2019
Our roles will be ending in March 2019
In this issue we ask you to think about what we’ve said here, and perhaps talk about these points with those you work with.
- What do they mean to you?
- What do you feel about what we’re saying?
#1 – Our message to you this week:
Healthcare is incredibly complex. We must take advantage of all opportunities to learn about why things don’t go as expected, so it is important to study the way we do things all the time (when they go right and when they go wrong)