NHS Scotland Event 2019

30 and 31 May 2019

Poster Exhibition

The Poster Exhibition forms an integral part of best practice, learning and sharing at the Event. With over 500 individuals and teams submitting their projects in 2019, this is a networking opportunity not to be missed.

The 2019 poster exhibition featured over 200 projects happening across NHS Scotland and partner organisations to support our journey towards 2020 and beyond. These posters represented the shortlisted entries from Poster Abstracts submitted earlier on in the year.  

The winners in each poster category are presented with a trophy during the Poster Awards Ceremony. This includes the winners of the Transformational Change Award and the People’s Choice Award, voted for by the delegates at the Event.

Categories

The seven poster categories are based on our priority areas for action stemming from the Quality Ambitions and the ‘triple aim’ as described in the 2020 Vision for Health and Social Care:

  1. Quality of Care: Person-Centred
  2. Quality of Care: Safe
  3. Quality of Care: Effective
  4. Quality of Care: Infrastructure
  5. Health of the Population
  6. Value and Sustainability
  7. Integrated Care

What to expect at the event

The poster exhibition at this year's NHS Scotland Event showcased over 200 posters which delegates were able to view throughout the two days.

To acknowledge the incredible standard of posters there were also a number of specifically designed opportunities for poster authors to present their work and for delegates to learn more from their quality improvement successes.

This year's Event included the following activities:

Facilitated Poster Presentations

The Facilitated Poster Presentations featured as part of the main Event as a programmed activity.

Poster Judging and Winners

All posters were judged prior to the Event on our website and a winner was selected in each poster category, including the Transformational Change Award. The People’s Choice Poster Award was voted for by delegates that attended the Event. 

Poster Awards Presentation

The winning posters and the People’s Choice Poster were announced during a special Poster Awards Presentation which was held during Plenary Session 2 on Thursday 30 May.

People’s Choice Poster Award

All attendees of the NHS Scotland Event had the opportunity to vote for their favourite poster in the exhibition. The poster that received the most votes was announced along with the winning posters for each of the poster categories during the Poster Awards Presentation. 

Frequently asked questions

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions.

See our Poster FAQs

2019 Poster Winners

This years poster category winners.

2019 Posters on display

Posters from the 2019 Event are available to view from one of the categories below.

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
PC-01 Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner consultation as an alternative to GP consultation for patients with MSK Conditions Debbie Crerar External Partner Organisations
PC-02 Because life happens! Collaborating to support training in Autism across the lifespan Janine Robinson NHS Education for Scotland
PC-03 Breaking the Intergenerational Cycle of Speech ,Language and Communication Deficit in children under 5 years Vivian Boxall External Partner Organisations
PC-04 C.diff – What matters to me; a patient and relatives perspective of Clostridium difficile infection. Elaine Ross NHS Dumfries & Galloway
PC-05 Carer's Academy Susan Holland NHS Ayrshire & Arran
PC-06 Co-creating Technology Supported Interventions - How would you like to Benefit out of Pulmonary Rehab? Joanna Mowbray NHS Ayrshire & Arran
PC-07 Creating and delivering trauma informed training for forensic examiners working with victims of sexual violence Julie Cumming NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
PC-08 Care Record for End of Life - A realistic medicine approach to supporting compassionate care of the dying in any setting Gerry Finnan NHS Borders
PC-09 Outcomes that matter: an experienced based approach to co-designing improvement priorities Diane Graham Healthcare Improvement Scotland
PC-10 Developing a Vascular Lower Limb Pre-Amputation Therapy Service: A Quality Improvement Journey Mary Duguid NHS Grampian
PC-11 Development of A Planned Investigation Unit (PIU) at University Hospital Monklands Anne Seggie NHS Lanarkshire
PC-12 Enabling Shared Decision Making - Active Clinical Referral Triage (ACRT) and Opt-in Lech Rymaszewski NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
PC-13 Enhancing Dementia Post Diagnostic Support through the use of Technology Maureen Cossar NHS Lanarkshire
PC-14 Essentials in Psychological Care – Dementia; Improving Outcomes for People with a diagnosis of dementia, their families and carers Dr Claire Donaghey NHS Education for Scotland
PC-15 Evaluation of promoting carers support and patient engagement through meaningful activities in Ward A11, FVRH Yvonne Cairns NHS Forth Valley
PC-16 Expanding chronic pain services to develop a pain management pathway in NHS Lothian Dr Caroline Cochrane NHS Lothian
PC-17 Transforming the Hand Surgery Assessment Pathway in the Western Isles Elizabeth Fowler NHS Western Isles
PC-18 Have you "Asked for Help" Pamela Burns NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
PC-19 MDT Head & Neck Assessment Clinic: Collaborative Working to Deliver Patient Centred Care Louise Wardle NHS Lanarkshire
PC-20 Glasgow City's Riverside Care Home - A local story from Living Well in Communities Shirley Byron NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
PC-21 Improving COPD care in Midlothian Dr Rebecca Green External Partner Organisations
PC-22 Improving health and wellbeing outcomes among high users of emergency departments Claire Henry NHS Lanarkshire
PC-23 Making Measurement Matter in Palliative Care Catriona Grant External Partner Organisations
PC-24 Joy in work Valerie Nixon NHS Lothian
PC-25 Learning from women and midwives working together to improve antenatal education in NHS Ayrshire & Arran Dan Harley Healthcare Improvement Scotland
PC-26 Life after Stroke - Delivering Rehabilitation at Home Wendy Juner NHS Lothian
PC-27 Linking Primary Care and British Red Cross- A pro-active approach to supporting people with mild frailty in Midlothian Sandra Bagnall External Partner Organisations
PC-28 My Diabetes My Way Dr Scott Cunningham External Partner Organisations
PC-29 Nithsdale in Partnership: A “One Team” Approach to Meeting the 20:20 Vision Emma McRobert External Partner Organisations
PC-30 'Owl' we know what people feel about our service? Eunice Goodwin NHS Ayrshire & Arran
PC-31 Reducing Stress and Distress in Specialist Dementia Units Using Evidence-based Approaches Tom McCarthy Healthcare Improvement Scotland
PC-32 The ReSPECT Process: A Realistic Approach to Anticipatory/Emergency Care Planning Dr Lynsey Fielden NHS Forth Valley
PC-33 Sleep Well, Feel Well, Get Well - Improving Sleep Within Critical Care Shona McKie NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
PC-34 Small details mean a great deal: Working with Sands to improve care for bereaved families in The Baird Family Hospital Anna Rist NHS Grampian
PC-35 The emerging role of occupational therapy for adults with ADHD: The impact of a pilot group intervention (SPARKS) upon health-related quality of life Nyla Moran NHS Lothian
PC-36 The use of VR in the preparation of children in the MRI setting Kirstie Still NHS Highland
PC-37 Knee Osteoarthritis – Transformational change in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Service Delivery, A Patient Centred Approach Phil Ackerman NHS Lothian
PC-38 UK's first mobilisation of a patient with femoral intra-aortic baloon pump Natalie Lambie Golden Jubilee Foundation
PC-39 Using stories with pictures to obtain feedback from people with dementia Nicola Wood NHS Forth Valley
PC-40 Video Conference pathway for NHS Shetland patients to receive elective orthopaedic follow up with NHS Grampian Amanda McDermott NHS Shetland
PC-41 'What matters to you?' day 2018 Claire Curtis Healthcare Improvement Scotland
PC-42 #YoungVoices24: Involving young people in the development of health services in Scotland Caroline English NHS 24

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
S-01 Nephrotoxin Prescription in Acute Kidney Injury Janey McKane NHS Borders
S-02 An Improvement journey to reduce Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers (HAPU) in high reporting wards Ruth Ropper NHS Lothian
S-03 Improving Anticipatory Care Planning for Patients with Deteriorating Health Linda Conway NHS Lothian
S-04 'Sim'ply the Best. Bringing in situ simulation to an Acute Assessment Unit Megan Hume NHS Borders
S-05 Changing the culture in ICU - Introduction of a framework for Quality Improvement Stephanie Frearson NHS Ayrshire & Arran
S-06 Understanding Clinical Risk Levels in a Community Hospital Setting John Dennis NHS Ayrshire & Arran
S-07 Creating a Patient Safety Culture: Developing a tool to missed care in Allied Health Professions Joanne Gibson NHS Lanarkshire
S-08 Developing a Ward Team Approach to Antimicrobial Stewardship: Raising The Profile of Oral Antibiotic Review Rachael Rodger NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
S-09 Developing a structured approach to early recognition and management of delirium Carol Wright NHS Highland
S-10 Enabling Safety: Development of a Focused Human Factors and Ergonomics Approach in NHS Lanarkshire Tracey Dunn NHS Lanarkshire
S-11 Building Confidence and Capability in Safer Staffing for Quality of Care Mary Davie Healthcare Improvement Scotland
S-12 Every move I make: contributing to the reduction in stillbirth in Scotland Angela Cunningham Healthcare Improvement Scotland
S-13 From Observation to Intervention in Mental Health: A proactive, responsive and personalised care and treatment framework for acutely unwell people in mental health care Andrea Boyd Healthcare Improvement Scotland
S-14 Implementation of an Analgesia and Bowel Protocol to Improve Inpatient Care After a Fracture Fariha Naeem NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
S-15 Implementing quality supervision arrangements for Allied Health Professions across Ayrshire & Arran Alistair Reid External Partner Organisations
S-16 Improving Patient Safety and Valuing Staff Through Real-Time Multi-Disciplinary Simulation Training in Anaesthesia, Theatres and Intensive Care Medicine Kyle Gibson NHS Lothian
S-17 Increasing Hepatitis C Screening at Leith Surgery Dr Dawn Singleton External Partner Organisations
S-18 Introducing the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) to promote safe, person-centred care in district nursing practice Evelyn Sillence NHS Lothian
S-19 Keep Calm and have a Yarn Lawson Bissett NHS Shetland
S-20 Management of Dental Unit Water Lines: Recommendations for practice Heather Wallace External Partner Organisations
S-21 National Monitoring Framework for Safe and Clean Care Auditing Heather Wallace External Partner Organisations
S-22 No money, no problem! Quality Improvement with financial constraints Bernie McCulloch Healthcare Improvement Scotland
S-23 Oral Anticoagulants (OACs) in the Preoperative Asssessment Clinic (POAC): Bridging the Gap Deborah Jamieson NHS Shetland
S-24 Radiation dose reduction with digital mammography for breast screening Anne McCurrach National Services Scotland
S-25 Recognise, Response and Record Julia Mackel NHS Lothian
S-26 Recognising, assessing and care planning for those who wander walk Nicola Wood NHS Forth Valley
S-27 Reducing cardiac arrests: How we're improving care for people at risk of deterioration. Wendy Nimmo Healthcare Improvement Scotland
S-29 Improving Patient Experience Sharon Muir NHS Ayrshire & Arran
S-30 Scottish Guidance for Decontamination and Monitoring of Cardiac Heater Cooler Units Hayley Kane External Partner Organisations
S-31 Scottish Infection Prevention and Control Education Pathway – a route to excellence Dr Sabine Nolte NHS Education for Scotland
S-32 Teamwork, communication and collaboration: a co-design approach to developing a national Maternity Early Warning Score (MEWS) Cheryl Clark Healthcare Improvement Scotland
S-33 2222 Debrief - Enabling learning, improving team wellbeing and performance Gillian Biggans NHS Ayrshire & Arran
S-34 Venepuncture and cannulation: Facilitating competence in 4th year medical students Sarah Noble NHS Highland
S-35 What patient assessment skills are required by pharmacists prescribing systemic anti-cancer therapy? A consensus study. Jennifer Allison External Partner Organisations
S-36 Readiness, recognition and response: a national approach to reducing postpartum haemorrhage Cheryl Clark Healthcare Improvement Scotland

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
EF-01 A national approach to reducing term admissions to neonatal units Damian Boyd Healthcare Improvement Scotland
EF-02 A novel way to improve the timely administration of Parkinson's medicines in the hospital setting Richard Cottrell NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-03 Alcohol withdrawal Risk Stratification Tool (ART): Redesigning the Care Pathway for Patients at Low Risk of Severe Alcohol Withdrawal George Benson NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-04 An innovative approach to the delivery of patient care within the Knoll Community Hospital Natalie Macdonald NHS Borders
EF-05 Can the lean quality improvement methodology positively transform current care pathways for ophthalmology patients attending a day surgery unit? Angela Dunbar NHS Forth Valley
EF-06 Data Linkage to Reduce Severe Hypoglycaemia Dr Scott Cunningham External Partner Organisations
EF-07 Demand Optimisation Guidance on Vitamin D, Follicle Stimulating Hormone and Urea and Elctrolyte testing Dr Catherine Mary Colquhoun National Services Scotland
EF-08 Dementia Post-diagnostic Support in Primary Care Julie Miller Healthcare Improvement Scotland
EF-09 Developing a sustainable Histopathology service: Expanding the Biomedical Scientist role Emily Ross National Services Scotland
EF-10 Dietetic-led Transformation of Oral Nutritional Supplement (ONS) Supply Carole Nobel NHS Grampian
EF-11 ECaP – Improvement Group Collaborative working to improve acute Chest Pain service in Tayside Jamie Morrison NHS Tayside
EF-12 Effectiveness of Clinical Nurse Specialist & Pharmacist Led Hepatitis C Virus Infections Treatment Pathway in a Paediatric Setting Vicki Price NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-13 Evaluation of the prescribing decision support system Synonyms in primary care: a mixed method study Lindsay A Robertson NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-14 Exploring new ways of working using 4G technology within a community setting Jane Ritchie NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-15 Formulary Adherence Reporting across GP Clusters Jane Browning NHS Lothian
EF-16 Frailty at the Front Door: A Collaborative Approach Deborah Lynch NHS Forth Valley
EF-17 Galashiels Health Centre Anticipatory Care Plan Project Dr Laura Anderson NHS Borders
EF-18 General Practice Nursing Week of Care Audit 2018 Sarah Murdoch National Services Scotland
EF-19 General Practitioner Week of Care Audit 2018 - (Re)Structuring the Primary Care Team Sarah Murdoch National Services Scotland
EF-20 Getting It Right First Time: the Adult SCRAM (Structured Critical Airway Management) System Marianne Murphy External Partner Organisations
EF-21 How nurses and psychologists can work together to improve outcomes Dr Simon Stuart NHS Lanarkshire
EF-22 Shared Governance Councils: Empowering Staff to have Collective Ownership to Improve Practice Louise Wilson NHS Grampian
EF-23 Immunotherapy for Malignant Melanoma: Single Institution Experience Catriona Hoare NHS Highland
EF-24 Implementation of a New Treatment for Skin Cancer using HDR Brachytherapy David Carnegie NHS Grampian
EF-25 Improved Productivity and Traceability with a Person Centred Approach Debbie McNaughton National Services Scotland
EF-26 Improving Bladder and Bowel Assessment to Reduce Delayed Discharge Anne Sanderson NHS Lothian
EF-27 Improving Observation Practice in W10 Woodland View Gordon Hay NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-28 ELLSA@QEUH: Improving Patient Outcomes After Emergency Abdominal Surgery Dr Clare Bridgestock NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-29 Improving the access to Women’s Health Physiotherapy in Pregnancy Jennifer Clydesdale NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-30 Improving the care of short stay patients in a District General Hospital using structural and process redesign. Ruth Coyne NHS Highland
EF-31 Increasing patient activity on a stroke unit: Something for Everyone Fiona Johnson NHS Lothian
EF-32 Integration of Community Pharmacist Independent Prescriber to EMIS GP Record Allan Thomas NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-33 Is an Evidence based Rehab Falls Class Effective in Improving Balance and Confidence in Older Adults? Beverly Harrison NHS Fife
EF-34 KIDS: A digital health tool empowering children and those closest to them to self-manage their health and wellbeing needs. Jennie McLaren NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-35 Lessons learnt and outcomes delivered from participation in Parkinson´s UK physiotherapy audits Janet Thomas NHS Fife
EF-36 Lets #GetConnected! Andrea Macdonald NHS Lothian
EF-37 Life After Stroke - Improving Access To Chest Heart Stroke Scotland Debbie Heaney External Partner Organisations
EF-38 May The Fluoride Be With You! Carrie Phillips NHS Tayside
EF-39 North Ayrshire Named Person Service Joanne Inglis External Partner Organisations
EF-40 OPAT Nurse SSTI Ward Rounds in Acute Receiving Units Liz Collison NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-41 Pan Ayshire Development of New Service Fast Tracking Frail Elderly with Minor Injuries by Emergency Department Working in Partnership with Care Homes Wendy Kenmuir External Partner Organisations
EF-42 Pan-Ayrshire Enhanced Intermediate Care and Rehabilitation Services Annie Robertson External Partner Organisations
EF-43 Progressing enhanced recovery within Orthopedics Therese Rolwich Golden Jubilee Foundation
EF-44 Providing a Safe and Positive Experience for Women Undergoing Induction of Labour Anne Mackinnon NHS Fife
EF-45 Quality Improvement, laboratory data & collaboration with requesters: small changes with big impacts in the ED setting. Dr Christopher Pitt NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-46 Rehabilitation for the management of Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain (RCRSP) Matthew Richardson NHS Ayrshire & Arran
EF-48 The clinical effectiveness of the transformed primary care psychological therapies service in Aberdeen City Dr Kate Morton NHS Grampian
EF-49 The development, commissioning and aims of the Haematology and Transfusion Scotland (HaTS) National Managed Diagnostic Network Dr Catherine Mary Colquhoun National Services Scotland
EF-50 The impact of training Occupational Therapy staff to implement Behavioural Activation for Depression Anne Joice NHS Education for Scotland
EF-51 The Patient Transfer Scale - An innovative solution for weighing immobile patients Sheena MacCormick External Partner Organisations
EF-52 The Right Person at the Right Time: Introducing the Rehabilitation Support Worker to a Specialist Palliative Care Setting Una Conlon External Partner Organisations
EF-53 The Use of Real-time Teleophthalmology in the Emergency Department Dr Olyvia Poyser NHS Forth Valley
EF-54 Transforming the Care Pathway for Patients with Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) in Grampian Pauline Dundas NHS Grampian
EF-55 Transforming the Landscape of Nutritional Product Prescribing in the Highlands Evelyn Newman RD NHS Highland
EF-56 Transforming Urgent Care: Examples of Improvement from OOG Multidisciplinary & Collaborative Working Dr Ross Stewart NHS Borders
EF-57 TSH3030 – working together across The State Hospital to improve outcomes through a 30 day Quality Improvement (QI) initiative Monica Merson State Hospitals Board for Scotland
EF-58 Videofluoroscopy: Collaborative working with improved outcomes Dympna McAteer NHS Grampian
EF-59 Views of Care at End of Life: Delivering end of life care now and improving for the future Patricia O'Gorman NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-60 Visibility – Supporting low vision clinics Eilidh Farquhar NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
EF-61 Working together to support early intervention and prevention Jacquie Kerr NHS Ayrshire & Arran

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
IF-01 An Integrated approach to implementing nutrition training for care home staff within East Ayrshire HSCP Gillian Haughey NHS Ayrshire & Arran
IF-02 Ayrshire Diabetes Patient Conference - More than Medicine Diane Smith NHS Ayrshire & Arran
IF-03 Can I Go Home Yet?: A point prevalence study of hospital patients to identify what it would take to get them home Phillip Lunts NHS Borders
IF-04 CARDRISS: Congenital Anomalies and Rare Diseases Registration and Information Service for Scotland Rosie Keenan National Services Scotland
IF-05 Transforming Care After Treatment for Cancer with R.O.P.E – Recovery Orientated Practice and Emphasis Lucy Johnston External Partner Organisations
IF-06 Collective Leadership of all, by all and for all in Tayside Nicola Richardson NHS Tayside
IF-07 Community based interventions for people with frailty – an evidence bundle to inform commissioning Sharon Wiener-Ogilvie Healthcare Improvement Scotland
IF-08 Developing an NHS Research Scotland international outreach programme Stephen Kelly, PhD External Partner Organisations
IF-09 Developing the Mental Health Occupational Therapy Service to Forth Valley Prisons. Katrina Barclay NHS Forth Valley
IF-11 Evaluation of a Model of Occupational Therapy in Primary Care: a LOT to offer Lisa Greer NHS Lanarkshire
IF-11 Evaluation of a Model of Occupational Therapy in Primary Care: a LOT to offer Lisa Greer NHS Lanarkshire
IF-12 Learning from Excellence in a paediatric healthcare setting Mahrukh Mirza External Partner Organisations
IF-13 Improving equity of access to multidisciplinary polypharmacy review for frail, elderly, housebound patients Karen Reid NHS Lothian
IF-14 Pharmacists in GP Practice Fiona Reid NHS Education for Scotland
IF-15 Public Protection Communication & Collaboration - Ensuring the well-being, welfare and protection of vulnerable individuals contacting a telehealth service Paula Shiels NHS 24
IF-16 Scaling up a proactive approach to frailty identification: the electronic frailty index Nathan Devereux Healthcare Improvement Scotland
IF-17 The Pharmacy Profession - Competence to Confidence Jill Cruickshannk NHS Lothian
IF-18 Transformation of an Urgent Care Service Dr Calum Leask External Partner Organisations
IF-19 Improving Cancer Care in Primary Care Paul Baughan External Partner Organisations
IF-20 Improving access to pain medication review for patients with musculoskeletal conditions in West Lothian Karen Outram NHS Lothian
IF-21 Working together to Improve Literacy Outcomes Ruth MacRae NHS Lothian

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
HP-01 AHPs on the road with Centrestage Grier McGhee NHS Ayrshire & Arran
HP-02 Child Poverty: Optimising uptake of money advice and income among families with children 0-5 years Sandra MacInnes External Partner Organisations
HP-03 Collaborating with Third Sector Partners to Develop Community Cooking Skills (CCS) Courses in Orkney Lavinia Sinclair NHS Orkney
HP-04 Communication for Life Caroline Turtle NHS Ayrshire & Arran
HP-05 Death Certification – getting it right Peter Wiggins Healthcare Improvement Scotland
HP-06 Developing Suicide Prevention Training in Partnership Jessica Jones NHS Orkney
HP-07 Enabling Parents to Reduce Children's Exposure to Second-hand Smoke in West Dunbartonshire: Air quality - a tool for change Ailsa King External Partner Organisations
HP-08 Family Education Session Pilot Lesley Taylor NHS Ayrshire & Arran
HP-09 Family Nurse Partnership: Breastfeeding Initiation Amy Piper External Partner Organisations
HP-10 GP Practice/Cluster Profiles Charmaine Walker External Partner Organisations
HP-11 Impact of the National Breastfeeding Helpline in Scotland Felicity Lambert External Partner Organisations
HP-12 Improving Education on the safe use of Medicines in Breastfeeding for FY1 Doctors Gayle Anderson NHS Grampian
HP-13 Improving health and reducing inequalities through the delivery of a Better Health model Nicola Tomkinson NHS Ayrshire & Arran
HP-14 Improving Physical Health in People with Severe Mental Illness: Testing an educational approach in NHSGGC Mental Health Services Annie Ruddy NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
HP-15 Integrating physical activity initiatives and mental health care in primary care Dr Eimear Crowe NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
HP-16 Interactive GP cluster and HSCP projects maps Petros Gousias National Services Scotland
HP-17 One team, one dream. Working in partnership with clubs, players and PFA Scotland to tackle mental health in football Tony McLaren NHS 24
HP-18 Pilot Project of an Out of Hours Option for Breast Screening Appointments Helen Reith External Partner Organisations
HP-19 Transformational change in: Providing HIV Antiretrovirals (ARVs) via community pharmicies alongside Opiate Replacement Therapy (ORT) during a HIV outbreak amongst People Who Inject Drugs (WSIDs) Regina O'Hara NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
HP-20 Resilience on the Road: Supporting Lone Workers in the Transport Industry Caroline Hartley NHS Grampian
HP-21 Service Evaluation of the Fetal Alcohol Assessment & Support Team (FAAST) Dr Jennifer Shields NHS Ayrshire & Arran
HP-22 Setting up a Community Physiotherapy Rehab Group for Patients with a Neurological Condition Vivienne Hutchings NHS Highland
HP-23 The MAP of Health Behaviour Change Training Programme: Navigating the route to making healthier choices and improved health outcomes Michelle Clark NHS Education for Scotland
HP-24 Training Together Across Specialities: Adapting an Adult Mental Health CBT Training Programme for Older Peoples, Substance Misuse and Forensic Services Dr Richard Cosway NHS Education for Scotland
HP-25 Universal Health Visiting Pathway and Tobacco Control Service Collaboration, Reducing Exposure to Second Hand Smoke in Infants Vivian Boxall External Partner Organisations
HP-26 Working with children and young people to increase awareness and knowledge about breastfeeding and early nutrition Sarah Edwards External Partner Organisations
HP-27 Workplace Wellness : Engaging with adults with learning disabilities to improve health and wellbeing at work Julie Phillips NHS Grampian
HP-28 Your Story, Their Time, Everyone's Wellbeing Alan Gibbon NHS Tayside

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
VS-01 A Best in Class Approach to Hip and Knee Arthritis Lesley Middlemiss NHS Forth Valley
VS-02 Improve costs, patient care and quality using data Gareth Fitzgerald NHS Lothian
VS-03 Achieving Excellence Quality Improvement Programmes (aEQUIP) Caroline Brown NHS Lanarkshire
VS-04 AHP Team Development Journey, The State Hospital Sarah Innes External Partner Organisations
VS-05 Building QI Capacity & Capability through QI Coaching Julia Mackel NHS Lothian
VS-06 Care Home Support Model in Clackmannanshire Pat Harker NHS Forth Valley
VS-07 Community Dispensing of Oral Medication for Prostate Cancer Patients Gillian Barmack NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
VS-08 Controlling The Flow Gillian Evans NHS Lanarkshire
VS-09 Digital Platform Supporting Recruitment and Retention of General Practitioners in Rural Scotland Ralph Roberts NHS Borders
VS-10 Driving Improvement in Healthcare Associated Infection Practices Through Visualisation of Enhanced Surveillance Data on NSS Discovery Elaine Glass National Services Scotland
VS-11 Implementing Therapy Information Sessions - Managing Family Expectations and Maximixing Engagement Katrina Walker NHS Ayrshire & Arran
VS-12 Image Evaluation / Clinical Reporting: the role and responsibilities of the advanced practitioner Angela Neill NHS Borders
VS-13 NHS Clinical Entrepreneurs Series Robert Rea External Partner Organisations
VS-15 One Stop Shoulder Clinic: Colaborative working to provide gold standard cost effective patient care Gemma Taylor NHS Ayrshire & Arran
VS-16 Quality Improvement methodology : An important tool for the Occupational Therapy tool box. Isla Muir NHS Lothian
VS-17 The Bureau Pilot Initiative: Redesigning Recruitment and Retention for Medical Professionals in Rural Scotland Ralph Roberts NHS Borders
VS-18 Reducing Documents sent to GP's as part of the Practice Administrative Staff Collaborative (PASC) Claire Mavin Healthcare Improvement Scotland
VS-19 Review of Occupational Therapy equipment provision for patients receiving knee replacements Ingrid Sandison NHS Shetland
VS-20 Safe and Efficient Prescribing of Modified Release Methylphenidate Graeme Sutherland NHS Borders
VS-21 Shifting the Balance of Care: The Establishment of a Primary Care Specialist-Led Oral Surgery Service Nicola Cross NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
VS-22 Managing on-the -day demand in Primary Care Dr Laura Ryan NHS 24
VS-23 The ‘intelligent Liver Function Test’ (iLFT): a cost-effective way to improve quality of care Dr Jennifer Nobes NHS Tayside
VS-24 The NHS Grampian Active Allergy Programme: A Digitally-Enabled Paediatric Dietetic Service for Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy Lydia Collins-Hussey External Partner Organisations
VS-25 NHS Lothian Integrated Musculoskeletal Services and Pathways Programme Phil Ackerman NHS Lothian
VS-26 Value Management Programme- A Team approach to continuous improvement Karen Kendall NHS Tayside
VS-27 Workflow Optimisation - Utlising the skills of Admin Staff to support Improvements in Primary Care Bryony Murray NHS Forth Valley
VS-28 Working together to create a sustainable Dermatology service in an island setting Christina Bichan NHS Orkney

Poster number Title Main Author Organisation
IC-01 Care at Home Pharmacy Technician Service: Working in Partnership Alexandra McMillan NHS Ayrshire & Arran
IC-02 NHS Dumfries & Galloway Pilot Project to Scale up HCV treatment Marie Murphy NHS Dumfries & Galloway
IC-03 Implementation of a Care Bundle in Acute Exacerbations of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Ryan Walsh NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
IC-04 Working Together to Engage Vulnerable Women: Dundee Women's Aid ASPEN Project Dr Kate Duncan External Partner Organisations
IC-05 Development Toolkit for Health & Social Care Teams - a practical resource for team leaders Kris Aitken NHS Lothian
IC-06 Hands Off and Here We Go! Emma Reid NHS Dumfries & Galloway
IC-07 Collaborative Working to promote recovery from addictions; Implementation of peer support within an Alcohol Liaison Nurse Service Carol McDougall NHS Grampian
IC-08 Smoke Free Prisons – co-production of a service specification supporting people in our care, improving health outcomes Debbie Sigerson NHS Health Scotland
IC-09 Foundations in palliative care: A programme of facilitated learning for care home staff and home carers Suzanne Nimmo External Partner Organisations
IC-10 Developing the Angus Care Model Sally Wilson External Partner Organisations
IC-11 Evaluation of Inter-Professional Education (IPE) through “Evening On-call" Mr Peter Hamilton NHS Education for Scotland
IC-12 Midlothian Wellbeing Service: integrated approach provides better outcomes for Midlothian people and Primary Care Mairi Simpson External Partner Organisations
IC-13 Staff Wellbeing in the Emergency Department Dr. Gareth Lipton NHS Forth Valley
IC-14 Developing an Occupational Therapy Clinic within a GP Practice Connie Murray NHS Ayrshire & Arran
IC-15 The use of Wordle to enhance junior doctor engagement in the shaping of the training environment at local level Ruari Jardine NHS Tayside
IC-16 The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health in Scotland Emma Doyle NHS Health Scotland