Quality Improvement to drive earlier cancer diagnosisPublished: 5th November 2018
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.
The event is free and open to all GPs interested in learning more about evidence-based, practical approaches to quality improvement (QI).
The workshop will provide a hands-on, interactive introduction to a variety of evidence-based QI techniques, and will use the results of the recent National Cancer Diagnosis Audit to guide group discussions and exercises, allowing you to understand how to identify areas for improvement, introduce effective changes and monitor their impact.
The event will be led by Dr Bill Taylor (RCGP Clinical Lead for building QI capability) with a number of other speakers. There will be opportunities for group work, networking and reflection of how the event content will support your practice. Hard copies of the RCGP’s QI Toolkit for the Early Diagnosis of Cancer will be provided to all attendees.
By the end of the workshop you will:
Have gained knowledge of evidence-based Quality Improvement tools and approaches
Understand how to apply these QI tools and approaches in practice
Leave the event with a clear way forward in improving cancer diagnosis through QI
Certificates of attendance will be provided on the day as evidence of CPD
Draft agenda (may be subject to change):
13:00 – 13:30 – Registration & Refreshments
13.30 – 13.35 – Introduction/Aims
13.35 – 13.45 – Quality Improvement, Context and Engagement
13.45 – 14.05 – Group exercise – Context
14.05 – 14.20 – National Cancer Diagnosis Audit – key findings and insights
14.20 – 14.40 – Diagnosis of problem
14.40 – 15.00 – Group exercise – Process mapping
15.00 – 15.15 – Refreshments & Networking
15.15 – 15.45 – Group exercise – Identifying the cause of the problem
15.45 – 16.00 – Plan and Test a change
16.00 – 16.40 – Group exercise – Action planning
16.40 – 16.45 – Patient involvement
16.45 – 16.55 – Support available
16.55 – 17.00 – Q&A, meeting closes
What others have said about these events:
“I learnt new methods of making change that will improve outcomes”
“I can use this information at my own practice and when I go to other practices”
“Lots of great ideas to quantify and measure improvement”
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