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This online Learning Network provides members with information and support around Quality Improvement (QI), an evidence-based approach that helps primary care free up time to deliver and evaluate initiatives, and embed new approaches more effectively and efficiently into practice.

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College launches new MyRCGP app

College members can now keep up-to-date with College news 'on the move' via the new MyRCGP app.

qr code for MyRCGPMyRCGP enables all members to access the latest e-learning, courses, and events in their local region – and filter these by their chosen topical interests.

It has clinical toolkits and a range of guidance, including NICE guidelines, to support GPs and primary care teams on the frontline of patient care.

GPs can see their College membership benefits 'at a glance' and will also be notified of College media statements and events specific to their local faculty, along with opportunities to participate via in-app surveys.

The College will continue to develop the app over the coming months, with features including Member Communities and blogs, podcasts and short videos to support members with their CPD and clinical work.

Professor Mike Holmes, RCGP Vice Chair for Membership, said: "GPs are busy people and our members need immediate access to important College news. We've worked with our members throughout the process to ensure they get the information they want and need.

"This is just the beginning, and there will be many more exciting features added over the coming months to help our GPs make the most of their College membership, as well as supporting them in their work to care for patients."