Clinical research in primary careIn this video members of the Clinial Research Network for Greater Manchester explain the wide-ranging benefits of carrying out clinical research in the primary care setting of GP practices and pharmacies.
How GPs can get involved in researchIn this video Dr Zishan Ali, a GP in Wokingham, Berkshire, talks about how GPs can get involved in research in the NHS, public health and social care with support from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
Evaluation toolsThese evaluation tools can be used to help you to evaluate your quality improvement work, learning what has gone well, what could be improved, and plan the next steps of your work.
Clinical Practice Research Datalink PilotThis RCGP project aims to develop innovative uses of primary care data that will improve the quality of care delivered to patients. This will support and facilitate quality improvement via data reports tailored to individual practice populations.
Context for successful quality improvementBuilding on a series of thought pieces published by the Health Foundation in Perspectives on context, this best evidence review combines the ideas of receptive and non-receptive contexts for change, with a psychological perspective and the proposition that social context is the key facilitator of quality improvement.
Haxby Group Practice: adding a pharmacist to the teamIn this article published in Guidelines in Practice, Dr Michael Holmes and Sarah Woffinden respond to questions on the addition of a pharmacist to the practice team, and discuss the positive impact it has had on both patients and staff alike.
Evaluation: What to considerThis guide, by The Health Foundation, is intended to assist those new to evaluation by suggesting methodological and practical considerations and providing resources to support further learning.