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  1. Personal Improvement ProjectsExamples of Posters Exempler fra Norge og Sverige

  2. Personal Improvement Project ”Exercise is healthy during the whole year” Student Agnes Lovise Jacobsen Nursing program Faculty of Health & Social Sciences Bergen College, Norway

  3. Problem To little physical exercise The body is not in shape Wish more surplus Over all a wish to be in better shape, physically and psychically Goal Start exercise twice a week in addition to bike to and from the school Increase to 3-4 times after a while Improvement area:Physical exercise

  4. Act There is other ways to exercise than using health studios Jogging shoes is the only thing you need Increase the frequence of exercise to 4 times a week Study The result shows that I`m on my way to exercise twice a week in addition to biking to and from school Plan Record my exercises Make a flow-chart to map my day and possibilities of exercising Map why I`m not exercising Exercise twice a week: jogging, aerobic, walking, biking Alone or with friends Do Start jogging twice a week Record exercise/jogging P A D PDSA cycle S

  5. Check sheet week 49-2 Biking to and from school Walking Jogging

  6. FLOW-CHART: ”Possibilities for exercise” Exercise? Wake up Morning toilet Breakfast No Bike to school Schoolday Yes Exercise Bike from school Exercise? Exercise? Exercise? Yes No No Friends Schoolwork Dinner Yes Exercise Yes No Exercise Exercise Supper TV Evening toilet Sleep

  7. Cause / Effect-diagram Others Time Studies Lack of money TV Headache Boyfriend Darkness outside Housework Family Cinema Friends Backpain To little exercise Bad shape Early awake Stress Sleep late Long schooldays Jogging is boring Cold & icy Bad eating habits Long time since last time Little surplus Motivation Tiredness

  8. Lessons learned • Physical exercise is free of charge • Jogging shoes is the only need • Tiredness and motivation are the main causes not to exercise • More difficult to start when I delay the problem • I have always time for exercise - it is about priority • Important to make realistic goals and increase the demands when goals are achieved!

  9. Personal Improvement Project ”Improving study habits” Student Iren Hovlid Nursing program Faculty of Health & Social Sciences Bergen College, Norway

  10. Problem I am not reading enough to get through the syllabus before the examination Goal Read 150 pages per week Improvement area:Study habits

  11. Act Have to organise my day, and find out why I am not reading enough New PDSA-cycle Study 79 pages are read The problem is documented Plan To get an overview of my study habits I have to map when, how often and how much I am studying Do Record number of pages and time used to study Data analysis P A D PDSA cycle 1 S

  12. Check sheet 1 79 pp this week (the goal is 150 pp) Tendence to study less towards the end of the week Much of the study time is ineffective

  13. FLOW-CHART: ”From waking up to bedtime” Study? No Wake up Morning toilet Breakfast Schoolday Hungry? Yes Yes Eating Study No Study? Yes Study No Study? Study? No No Sleep TV TV, eat, social activities Do other things Yes Yes Study Study

  14. Cause / Effect-diagram Social Time Working Friends TV Boyfriend Housework Family Cinema To little studies Phone calls Boring reading material Tired Food making Reading is boring Reading other things Other more fun things to do TV Lack of motivation Difficult to get starting

  15. Frequent causes for not studying(number of events)

  16. Act Important to keep on reading until the goal is achieved New PDSA-cycle is not necessary Study 148 pages are read this week The goal is achieved Plan Continue reading Goal 150 pp per week Do Be focused when reading Do not wait to start Record number of pages and time used to studying P A D PDSA cycle 2 S

  17. Check sheet 2 148 pp this week (the goal 150 pp is achieved)

  18. Run chart: Number of pages read each day

  19. Run chart: Number of reading hours each day

  20. Personal Improvement Project Resident Ewa Henckel Department of Pediatrics, Huddinge University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden

  21. INCREASE TIME SPENT WITH MY HUSBAND PROBLEM Too little time spent with my husband GOAL Double the time spent with my husband

  22. PDSA cycle PLAN How much time can I spend with my husband? What are the hinders? ACT Other steps possible to take to have more quality time? DO Measure time spent together and the quality of it every day for 2 weeks STUDY Evaluate how time is used and our priorities

  23. Time spent together during 2 weeks (in hours)

  24. How do we spend time together? (measured in hours)

  25. When do we find time together? Time together Good Morning Breakfast together? Yes No Work Good Night Time together Home? Y e s N o Yes Own activity Time together? Own Activity No Home

  26. Reasons for too little time spent together Other Household Decorating Friends Laundry Too little time spent with my husband Exercise Shopping Hobbies Cooking Cleaning TV Education/ courses Research Husband’s work Own work Medical litterature Work Studies

  27. Result • Time spent together every week comes to around 32 hours • Time together have different qualities: householdwork, meals, friends, activity with family etc • Necessary to find more ”quality-time” with husband

  28. Suggestions for improvement without taking away hobbies • Get help with cleaning • Stop watching television (=TV) • Have more meals together, for instance try to have breakfast together • New PDSA-cycle includes testing of new ideas

  29. Personal improvement projectMore time to study ethics Resident Elisabeth Kullenberg Department of Pediatrics, Ängelholms Hospital, Ängelholm, Sweden

  30. Problem: I am not organizing my time to get time to study ethics and write my thesis Goal: To organize my day and get enough time to study ethics and write my thesis Improvement area:Time to study ethics

  31. Act I have to organize my day better New PDSA-cycle Study 3 hours and 30 minutes of studying this week Plan I have to find out how I use my time by making a flow-chart of a normal working day, register how much time I use to study and the reasons why I am not studying enough Do Register the time I am studying during one week Document and make diagrams PDSA cycle 1

  32. Cause / Effect-diagram Social Work Phone calls Meetings Friends Courses daytime Husband TV Overtime Evening work Children Help father Evening courses Trade union Events To little studying Laundry No inspiration to start Newspaper Cooking The subject Structure the content Shop Time Housework Lack of motivation Others

  33. Flowchart: How do I use a normal day? Work 8.00 – 17.00 No Home 18.00 Eat, read etc. Yes Spare time? Good morning Breakfast, Newspaper Home? Yes No No Ethical studies Time to study? Work/meeting Yes Home 21.30 Yes Ethical studies Time to study? No Evening shower Good night Other activities

  34. Check sheet 1 Total studytime: 3 hours and 30 minutes

  35. Run chart 1 Number of reading hours each day

  36. Act Have created more time for studying Continuing to organize my day this way Study Analyse the data 7 hours and 30 minutes studying this week Plan Find more time to study ethics Do Less time reading newspapers in the morning Be more motivated in general Less/shorter phonecalls Register time studying during one week PDSA cycle 2

  37. Check sheet 2 Total studytime: 7 hours and 30 minutes

  38. Run chart 2 Number of reading hours each day

  39. Personal Improvement ProjectA clean desk Resident Karin Åkesson Department of pediatrics, Ryhov County Hospital Jönköping, Sweden

  40. Problem My desk is never clean enough. Goal To get a clean desk by organizing the things that always are lying there Improvement area:A messy desk

  41. Act What changes can I do to reach my goal; a clean desk? New PDSA-cycle Study Analyse the data A lot of different papers are left on the desk each day Plan To get an overview of my desk I have to know what is on it and why things are still there. Flow-chart my working day at home Do Register what I put on the desk each day during two weeks Document and make diagrams. P A D PDSA cycle 1 S

  42. New papers on the desk during 2 weeks

  43. Run chart: Number of new things on the desk each day during 2 weeks

  44. FLOW-CHART: ”A working day at home” Start working Turn on my computor Put papers on the desk Work Time to pick up in daycare Clean the desk? Papers left on the desk Clean the desk? No No Papers left on the desk Stop working Yes Pick up in daycare Bedtime Dinner Papers left on the desk Put more papers on the desk Work No Clean the desk? Work Put the kids to bed Yes Bedtime for the kids Put more papers on the desk

  45. Cause / Effect-diagram Social Time Friends Cooking Phone Cleaning Unplanned interruptions Husband Working short periods Children A messy desk Find things anyway Put too many new things on the desk Priorite other things No good system Noone but me sees the desk Lack of motivation The amount

  46. Act Important to keep on putting things back until the goal is achieved New PDSA-cycle is not necessary Study Only five ”extra” things were on the desk this week The goal is almost achieved Plan Make folders to organize the different papers Goal: a clean desk Do Never let the desk be messy Put things back in folders were they belong Continue to measure things that still are on the desk P A D PDSA cycle 2 S

  47. New papers on the desk before and after taking ”action”

  48. Run chart: Number of new things on the desk before and after taking action