• Improvement Leaders in Primary Care programme

    AQuA'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.
  • MSc Clinical Pharmacy

    This masters degree in offfers part-time distance and blended learning options that enable practitioners to develop clinical, leadership and research skills while working as a pharmacist.
  • Integrated Community Healthcare and Leadership (MSc/PgDip/PgCert)

    This new part-time masters degree aims to help people to develop the leadership skills needed to lead neighbourhoods and networks and deliver integrated health and social care services in line with the NHS longterm plan and the new GP contract. Anyone who works in primary care in Greater Manchester may be eligible for a bursary to support their fees.
  • Reporting and Learning from patient safety incidents in general practice

    The purpose of this guide is to: • maximise opportunities to learn from patient safety incidents in your practice, and to share learning via organisational or national reporting systems • outline a process for learning from patient safety incidents in your practice. Where appropriate, this guide will signpost existing well-written resources and does not seek to replicate their content.
  • 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).
  • Significant Event Audit

    Significant Event Audit - also called Significant Event Review or Analysis - is an increasingly routine part of general practice. It is a technique to reflect on and learn from individual cases to improve quality of care overall.
  • QI Ready self-accreditation

    QI 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.
  • 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.
  • RCGP Quick guide: Significant event analysis

    This RCGP Quick guide introduces Significant Event Analysis a technique to reflect on and learn from individual cases to improve quality of care overall.
  • Enhanced Significant Event Analysis

    Enhanced Significant Event Analysis is an NHS Education for Scotland innovation which aims to guide health care teams to apply human factors thinking when performing a significant event analysis, particularly where the event has had an emotional impact on staff involved.
  • 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.
  • Significant Event Audit: guidance for primary care teams

    This guidance published by NHS Education for Scotland aims to support primary care teams in conducting effective significant event audits with the aim of improving care for all patients.
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