Quality Improvement in Primary Care: What to do and how to do it
Published: 26 June, 2018
There are growing numbers of evidence-based Quality Improvement (QI) methods that can help practitioners to assess and improve the care they provide. Quality Improvement in Primary Care: What to do and how to do it, written by NHS Education for Scotland, describes QI methods that will be useful for all members of the primary care team, including GP trainees, clinical educators, appraisers, qualified practitioners and other healthcare staff, who wish to better understand and apply QI thinking and tools more effectively.
A brief guide and worked example for each method are described including why you would choose this particular approach, who, it involves, how to do it and Top Tips for successful completion. In addition, there is a chart that may help you choose a successful method and an ideas page if you are stuck or are in need of inspiration.
See some of the other QI resources available on the Quality Improvement page.
Last updated: 25 June, 2018