Home » Curriculum » Non Clinical » Patient Safety, Clinical Governance, IT


Patient safetyQuality of Care, Clinical Governance & Patient SafetyClinical Governance: A GP must place the needs of patients before his or her own personal convenience or interests. Every GP must understand the principles of clinic governance and use them in his or her everyday professional practice.

Patient Safety: Addressing safety of patients systematically across both the practice and wider NHS.

Information Management and Technology: GPs require an understanding of the principles of good electronic record keeping and clinical coding systems.

Clinical Governance explained
Quality improvement in Primary Care
Licensing and Re-validation from the GMC
Audit made easy
Audit in more detail
Significant Event Analysis
Poorly Performing Doctors 
Sick Doctors 
Self prescribing 
GMC guidance on prescribing 2013
Chaperone policy
Prescribing in General Practice GPC statement 2004
Are you an effective prescriber? - 2008
Good Medical Practice GMC & RCGP joint guidance in full updated 2013
Confidentiality MPS 
Complaints in GP 2011
NHS complaints procedure MDU 2009
NHS complaints - local resolution in detail MDU 2009

IT and information management
Writing good medical records - link to MPS
Keeping records confidential - link to MPS
Access to medical record MPS 2011
SystmOne survivial guide for Locums and new Registrars 2013 - it's a big file and takes about 2 minutes to download - worth the wait!
SystmOne worksheet
Writing a patient information leaflet

Powered by Intergage