Learning from excellence

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This quality improvement project was delivered by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust as part of the maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative.

The team of senior midwives at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust implemented a learning from excellence approach within the trust's maternity unit, utilising the learning to improve team and organisational resilience. This case study explains the context, aims, method and approach, outcomes and learning points from the trust's quality improvement work. The project was carried out by the team as part of the maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative, to improve the quality of care they provide to mothers and babies.

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