Annual members’ meeting and quality showcase a success

Colleagues, members and service users flocked to be a part of our annual members’ meeting and Quality Improvement showcase in Bromley.

The event, which took place at Bromley United Reformed Church on 26 September, included the launch of our trust wellbeing and fitness programme for staff.

The afternoon started with our Improving Quality event where visitors enjoyed an exhibition to show how we are improving services through our Quality Improvement programme. The exhibition included case studies from a number of projects which are in progress, giving detail of the quality improvement journey colleagues are taking.

There were also opportunities to take part in physical health checks, chair-based yoga sessions run by Lewisham, Greenwich and Bromley MIND and activities to keep minds active as they age. Our health visiting services for children in Bromley were also providing help and advice.

Rhoda Iranloye, Associate Director of Quality, said: “It was wonderful to see so much interest in our Quality Improvement journey and encouraging that colleagues are keen to get involved.

“We believe that sustainable change is always made with the involvement of staff and service users.”

Our Annual Members’ Meeting followed the Improving Quality event, which included a review of the year and our future plans. People then had an opportunity to ask questions and speak one to one to service directors and clinical leads.

Chair, Andy Trotter, also presented gifts to a number of outgoing governors, including our Lead Governor, Raymond Sheehy.

Andy said: “We have tremendous support from our governors and are pleased to welcome new members to our Council of Governors. Representing our local communities and people who use our services, they perform a valuable role in working with us to continue to improve the care we offer.

We are sorry to say goodbye to several governors who have been involved for many years – their contribution has been greatly valued.”

AMM 2018

Published on 27th September 2018