GP Excellence Programme newsletter January 2020The January issue of the GP Excellence programme newsletter covers: the forthcoming Practice Managers Conference and GP Complaints Handling workshops, the support offer fromn AQuA to help practices to achieve the QI domain of the QoF, Free PMA e-learning opportunities for non-clinical staff, a QI case study, a spotlight on primary care based research and much more.
Improvement Leaders in Primary Care programmeAQuA's Improvement Leaders programme will support you to build upon your existing knowledge whilst learning new skills with our team of expert improvement advisors and leaders of improvement in primary care.
Clare GibbonsSalford Primary Care Together is a Community Interest Company, which means we exist to improve the health and wellbeing of Salford people. I lead a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians and administrative staff to deliver high quality primary care to over 16,000 registered patients over 4 ...0161 212 email@example.com City Approach, Orbit Developments, Albert St, Eccles, Manchester M30 0BL, UKGP Executive Lead for Direct Delivery, Salford Primary Care Together
Joanna BircherI am a clinical lead for Quality Improvement at the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). Together with Bill Taylor I authored an RCGP guide, Quality improvement for General Practice and a Quality improvement toolkit for diabetes care.07813 firstname.lastname@example.orgLockside Medical Centre, 85 Huddersfield Road, Stalybridge, SK15 2PTClinical Lead for Quality Improvement, Lockside Medical Centre@joannabircherQI
RCGP Quick guide: Run chartsThis RCGP Quick guide introduces Run charts, a tool that allows practices to analyse data, with minimum use of statistical methods, and helps determine if an improvement has been made.
Whitedboard video: Run chartsIn these videos Dr Robert Lloyd from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement introduces Run charts, a tool that allows practices to analyse data, with minimum use of statistical methods, and helps determine if an improvement has been made.
QI Ready self-accreditationQI Ready is a self approval tool to assist you in better understanding quality improvement methodologies. It offers clear examples of QI in practice and will help you to improve your knowledge and skills in this field.
Bill TaylorI am a clinical lead for Quality Improvement. I have had an interest in improving quality for many years and recently have been delivering training to general practice in various quality improvement methods and tools. email@example.com Cairnlee Avenue East, Cults, United KingdomClinical Lead Quality Improvement, Royal College of General Practitioners