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Islington GP Federation End of Life Care QI Project25th February 2020Islington GP Federation Quality Improvement Team has supported 32 Islington practices with this years’ End of Life QI module (part of the Quality and Outcomes Framework in the 2019 GP Contract). This case study outlines how an ‘at-scale’ organisation, such as a GP Federation can provide the capacity and expertise required to support effective quality improvement within primary care. 020 3188 7616Rosie.Alouat@rcgp.org.ukhttp://www.rcgp.org.uk30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB
Evaluation of application of 56 evidence based prescribing safety indicators3rd February 2018Aim The aim of this project was to test the usefulness and practicality of implementing, in general practice, the 56 prescribing safety indicators described in Spencer et al. Identification of an updated set of prescribing safety indicators for GP’s.1. These 56 prescribing indicators were all validated and ranked in severity from 2 at the lower ...
Releasing Time for GPs – improving mail workflow24th January 2018Introduction: Our QI process started with a near-miss significant event. This involved a hospital clinic letter that was sent to the practice and forwarded to the relevant GP. The letter asked the GP to change one of the patient’s regular medications. This instruction was missed by the GP but picked up by the patient who ...firstname.lastname@example.org
300 medical students tackling medication non-adherence2nd July 2017Final year medical students at Cardiff University undertake a personal improvement project that benefits patients. By asking patients about medication non-adherence they are improving their ability to take a medication history. When the student identifies a case of medication non-adherence, they are encouraged to: act on this information by informing their supervising colleague; having a ...+44 email@example.com
Using 5S in the consulting room13th April 2017We took part in a session based on ‘5S principles’ and applied this philosophy to help us organise our consulting rooms and administrative areas into leaner, cleaner and more efficient places in which to work.
Haxby PROACTIVE project31st October 2016Haxby Prospective Review Of Patient ACcess, Time Management and Workload to ImproVe Efficiency (PROACTIVE) project will have three overarching themes: Patient Care, Sustainability and Collaboration. These themes will be visible in all work streams and changes that are developed. 01904 firstname.lastname@example.org://www.haxbygroup.co.uk/Haxby and Wigginton Health Centre, 2 The Village, Wigginton, York, YO32 2LL