Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsThanks for completing week two of the course, and we hope you've enjoyed it. We hope that the learning that you've gained from this course you'll be able to take back to your own setting. And remember that anyone can carry out a PPS in their hospital by just using a simple paper based data collection form or if you would like you can join lots of other learners from across the globe who are participating in the Global PPS. So I hope you will take your learning and put it into practice. And I'd just like to say good bye, and good luck with your own PPS. I would agree, good bye, and good luck.
Skip to 0 minutes and 46 secondsIt's all about measurement, as Kelvin said, "To measure is to know." So go and try and measure, and try and find out.
End of course video
In this video Mr William Malcolm and Dr Jacqueline Sneddon share some concluding thoughts about PPS to bring the course to a close.
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