HSCQI’s New Website launched at NICON21

12 October 2021

The HSCQI new website was officially launched recently at NICON21 Conference with a virtual tour provided for delegates.

The HSCQI hub team has been hard at work to create an engaging, informative website that is easy to navigate and accessible to the public.

The original HSCQI website was first created in 2018 and has always been a vital resource for staff engaged with Quality Improvement. However, HSCQI identified the need for a QI platform that not only provides resources, but encourages and supports individuals to engage with QI. The new site is an excellent learning resource that is tailored to promoting and enhancing Quality Improvement knowledge throughout the HSCNI. The fresh look and revamp of the website has been received exceptionally well by the HSCQI Network.

So far the website has received encouraging, positive feedback which praised the smooth functionality and strong branding of the website. The hub team took a collective approach to the development of the site engaging the HSCQI network including the QI Leads and the HSCQI Leadership Alliance (Trust CEs and Chief Officers from HSC). The input and feedback from both parties has been imperative in ensuring the website is a key resource for individuals at all levels and stages of their QI journey.

In light of the Covid 19 pandemic, HSCQI felt it was vital to have a dedicated Covid Learning tab on the new website. The Covid Learning tab provides a dedicated, tangible learning resource that support for HSC staff, service users and patients as they navigate the impact of the pandemic.

The new HSCQI website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality, and enhanced rich content. The team anticipate huge engagement with the site as a welcome resource for all HSC staff.

The site will be maintained and updated regularly by the Hub Team and the ‘News’ section will be dedicated to highlighting all the excellent QI Projects, QI work and learning accomplished across HSCNI.

For more information on Quality Improvement or the new HSCQI website, please contact the hub@hscni.net or reach out to us on Twitter at @HSCQI.