I do like a list. I’m also partial to spreadsheets. This is a list of things to blog about, in no particular order. .
- Why Realistic Medicine is so important to me
- Realistic Medicine – why call it that
- My project Charter
- Who should I have on my project team?
- Scottish Health Council
- My practice exchange
- Continuity of care
- A driver diagram
- ‘It is the patient stories that I remember, that are my most powerful inspiration.’
- The House of Care
- Finding Patient Leaders
- A review of the PBSGL module
I do like a list.
The idea for this project came from attending a workshop on values and values-based improvement in health care, how to ensure that the care we offer is of genuine worth to the person who receives it. The workshop was lead by the Realistic Medicine team, and during the day, each of us was challenged to develop an idea for a Value Improvement project.
My project is about engaging the public with realistic medicine. I kept all my notes from the workshop, and now I am making a start. I have a list:
- Start a blog (I can tick that one off, but now I should keep adding)
- Who should I approach for a project team?
- I should talk to Carmen at the Scottish Health Council, and read their Report on Realistic Medicine.
- How can I measure? What can I measure?
- I should refine the ‘pitch’ – so I can tell people about this and generate excitement. I also should use this pitch in a project charter.
- What am I doing already that I can recruit into this project? I have signposting cards for decision support, I could add the five questions. I could use our PPG facebook page and practice web-site. I could use the health promotion board for a month. Learning in the loo with QR codes?
- What support from the public would be easy? Am paipear, An Radio spring to mind.
- I should pace myself, ensure that I try one thing at a time.
- How will I create something that can be spread?
If anyone wants to add to this list, please go ahead.