BMJ masterclass – Improving quality in your GP Practice: London, 1 December 2010

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) is running an event for GP partners, managing partners and other GPs with an interest in quality improvement; Practices working towards the RCGP Quality Practice Award; Practice managers and practice business developers; GP trainees and junior doctors interested in quality improvement; Nurses and pharmacists working in primary care management roles; and other healthcare professionals and managers with an interest in quality improvement at BMA House on Wednesday 1 December 2010.

The masterclass, developed in association with the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, will help you identify areas in your practice where you can improve quality and safety by working smarter, not harder. Throughout the presentations and small group workshops, they will give you tips and tools that you can use in your practice.

You will leave the masterclass with greater confidence in leading your team effectively and with plans for improvement in your own surgery.

Specifically, you will learn about:

  • Improvement through working harder or smarter?
  • 360 degree practice appraisal
  • System solutions to human problems
  • Making change easier
  • Measuring improvement
  • Engaging, enthusing, and leading your team
  • Creating an action plan for your practice.
  • For further information and to register for the masterclass, click here.

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