• COVID-19: Episode 9: Suspected Cancer During COVID-19

    In this podcast Lisa and Sara speak with Dr Sarah Taylor and Dr Viren Mehta about the challenges in general practice at the moment in assessing and investigating patients for suspected cancer symptoms.
  • NICE cancer guidance training for Practice and District nurses

    This free and highly interactive session is focused on looking at the changes within NICE cancer referral criteria that specifically relate to Practice, and District, nurses. It is also an opportunity to refresh existing skills and knowledge to help nurses awareness of signs and symptoms, and when to escalate to a GP. The session will ... Read more
  • Quality Improvement to drive earlier cancer diagnosis

    Cancer Research UK and Dr Bill Taylor (RCGP Clinical Lead for building QI capability) invite you to attend a half day workshop focused on using quality improvement techniques to drive the early diagnosis of cancer in primary care.
  • RCGP Clinical Toolkits

    The RCGP clinical toolkits have been developed in partnership between the RCGP Clinical Innovation and Research Centre (CIRC) and our funding and delivery partners. They can be used to assist in the delivery of safe and effective care to patients.
  • e-Learning for Healthcare

    e-Learning for Healthcare offers an extensive catalogue of e-learning programmes that enhance traditional learning, support existing teaching methods and provide a valuable reference point which can be accessed anytime, anywhere.
  • Quality Improvement Toolkit For Early Diagnosis Of Cancer

    This toolkit is to help GPs and their practice teams to improve their early diagnosis of cancer principally by using the findings from the National Cancer Diagnosis Audit (NCDA). The NCDA is an audit of primary and secondary care data of patients diagnosed with cancer. It helps us understand patterns of cancer diagnosis for all cancer types. ... Read more
  • QI Ready eLearning modules

    The RCGP has produced eLearning modules to compliment the QI Ready network and self-accreditation process. There are a suite of three modules that will assist you in better understanding quality improvement methodologies.
  • Presentation on safety netting for cancer diagnosis in primary care

    This presentation introduces safety netting for cancer diagnosis in primary care and aims to support healthcare professionals to detect cancers earlier and minimise delayed diagnoses.
  • Safety netting for cancer diagnosis in primary care

    This brief guide to safety netting for cancer diagnosis in primary care aims to support healthcare professionals to detect cancers earlier and minimise delayed diagnoses.
  • Resources for Cancer Significant Event Analysis training sessions

    This collection of resources are designed to support general practices to deliver effective Cancer Significant Event Analysis training sessions.
  • Significant Event Analysis GP Guide: Early Diagnosis of Cancer

    This guide will support GPs and colleagues in primary care teams to undertake an effective Cancer Significant Event Analysis (SEA), and identify any potential improvements in practice systems using documentation or proactive safety netting.
  • Example cancer singnificant event analyses with thematic analysis

    These fictional example cancer singnificant event analyses (SEAs) demonstrate a varying range of quality. Each contains detailed notes showing both positive and negative examples of reflection, subsequent actions, and impacts following a cancer diagnosis.
  • Training resources for completing an effective cancer significant event analysis

    This collection of resources have been developed with a 'train the trainer' approach as a guide to the process involved in completing an effective cancer significant event analysis (SEA).
  • Early Diagnosis of Cancer Significant Event Analysis Toolkit

    This toolkit aims to support GPs, practice staff and commissioners in conducting high quality cancer Significant Event Analysis (SEA) with the aim of improving patient outcomes in the early diagnosis of cancer.
  • National Cancer Diagnosis Audit

    The National Cancer Diagnosis Audit (NCDA) aims to help review practice processes and improve cancer outcomes. The audit will look at cancer diagnosis and implementation of clinical standards to inform delivery of best care for cancer patients.
  • A guide to good quality coding and safety netting for cancer diagnosis

    This guide to quality coding and safety netting for cancer diagnosis aims to enhance patient safety by having the most up-to-date and connected information about your patient at your fingertips, regardless of how long you have known the patient.
  • Improving the quality of cancer care in primary care

    This toolkit developed by Macmillan Cancer Support aims to support the primary care professionals to develop initiatives and programmes which have a positive impact on the care of people daiagnosed with cancer, their families and carers.
  • Cancer Significant Event Audit Peer Review pilot

    This joint initiative undertaken by the RCGP, the National Cancer Action Team and Macmillan Cancer Support, offered anonymised external peer assessment of Significant Event Audits of cancer diagnosis.
  • Safety netting to improve early cancer diagnosis in primary care

    These consensus guidelines identifies and prioritises the different components of safety netting in relation to cancer diagnosis in primary care.
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