• The Practice Nurse Foundation Course

    This course aims to enhance the competence and confidence of registered practitioners new to working with a General Practice surgery, as autonomous professionals.
  • Social prescribing – The Alvanley Way

    Social prescribing and having conversations with patients about what matters to them has enabled the practice to reduce its GP workload from 15 to 12 patients per session as well as benefiting the local community and staff morale.
  • 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.
  • Atrial fibrillation toolkit

    The Health Innovation Network have produced an AF toolkit as part of the Pan-London AF Programme. The three London AHSNs have worked collaboratively with the London Clinical Network to develop a pan-London AF programme, the objectives of which are: To increase the detection of people with undiagnosed AF To increase the proportion of people with known ... Read more
  • Quality Improvement toolkits – GP One

    The former Public Health Wales Primary Care Quality Team are now incorporated within the Primary and Community Care Development and Innovation Hub, and have developed a series of quality improvement toolkits to assist practices in collating and reviewing information. From information received, practices still find these toolkits useful; therefore they will remain on this webpage for ... 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.
  • Healthcare science transforming patient care: Case studies from the National Healthcare Science Quality Improvement Champions Group

    This brochure contains a selection of case studies submitted by the membership of the QIC group to promote their contribution to transforming healthcare science services out in the community and ultimately improving patient care.
  • Tower Hamlets: Managed practice networks to improve rates of cardiovascular disease

    From 2009 NHS Tower Hamlets spent an additional £2 million per year to improve the quality of primary care. This included the implementation of a system of managed clinical networks across all primary care teams in 2009.