Learning network

The learning network includes a case study database which contains easy to replicate successful examples of QI methodologies from practices across the UK as well as a resources database to support GPs and practice staff with QI activities. You can also access the profiles of other members and participate in discussions providing you have registered.

Share your examples of quality improvement

We are always interested in hearing about any quality improvement activities you have undertaken. If you would like to contribute case studies or suggest resources for the network please get in touch with the team at QI.Ready@rcgp.org.uk or follow the instructions on the Top Tips for using QI Ready page.

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  • Lyme Disease ToolkitThis toolkit published by RCGP is a user friendly guide to Lyme disease for general practitioners and other health care professionals. Patients and the general public may also find it helpful.  Lyme disease is a bacterial infection caused by the spirochaete Borrelia burgdorferi. It occurs ...
  • Dermatology ToolkitThis  evidenced-based resource published by RCGP aims to be easy to use for primary healthcare teams in the UK to support them with their learning and help them build confidence when caring for patients suffering from skin conditions.  Skin conditions are the most common reason for ...Context | Diagnose | Plan and test | Implement | Sustain
  • RCGP Bright Ideas ProgrammeWe are launching a new call for Bright Ideas Awards to recognise innovative approaches that have been tried and tested on the frontline. The RCGP Bright Ideas Programme supports open and shared innovation through workshops, where successful applicants work with participants to share learning and develop an implementation plan that will work for them locally.
  • RCGP Clinical Advisers ProgrammeAre you interested in influencing quality standards? As an RCGP Clinical Adviser you can help to define high quality care, have your say on key areas for quality improvement and decide on what are best metrics to measure performance.
  • Sepsis resources for GPs and practice staffThe RCGP created the Sepsis Clinical Spotlight in 2016 and Clinical Priority in 2017 aiming to raise awareness of sepsis and educating GPs and primary care staff on the identification of Sepsis and delivery of adequate care which will ultimately will have an impact upon this condition, reducing the burden for the individuals, their families and the wider NHS.Implement
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