Quality Improvement in General Practice: NHSE training and development offer

NHS England (NHSE) is offering a range of training and development programmes to support staff in practices and PCNs to develop their skills and confidence in using quality improvement tools and techniques throughout the months of June to November.

Having a box of tools to draw on and a knowledge of when and how to use them will help with tackling a range of challenges now and in future.

All training is delivered by experienced faculty members, including practice-based clinicians and non-clinicians, as well as improvement experts who have worked extensively with general practice and wider primary care.

To find out more information about the programmes on offer, visit the FutureNHS Quality Improvement Training Course page.

Full details of all the courses are available to download below, but forthcoming events include the following:

Topic based modules

  • Demand and capacity modular series
  • Safe, reliable processes
  • Effective communication using the SBAR tool.

Getting Started series

  • Getting Started webinar: A safer home visiting blood test process
  • Getting started webinar: Document workflow
  • Getting Started Long-Term Conditions: Patient recall.

Improvement Leads Programmes

  • Primary Care Network Improvement Leads Programme
  • General Practice Improvement Leads Programme.

For more information, contact NHSE.

 

NHSE Quality Improvement in General Practice training and development opportunities – North Central London GP Website (northcentrallondonccg.nhs.uk)

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