Education for quality improvement projects for general practice registrars (EQuIP- GPR): educational intervention and evaluation

Davy, Zowie (2010) Education for quality improvement projects for general practice registrars (EQuIP- GPR): educational intervention and evaluation. Project Report. Unpublished. (Unpublished)

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The questionnaire would gather demographic data and measure the actual or perceived usefulness of the quality improvement methods that GPRs have used in their healthcare environment; the actual or perceived possibility of using QI and audit methods in sit
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Abstract

The evaluation project employed quantitative and qualitative data collection methods. ST3 GPRs were invited to participate in a focus group in order to provide experiential and evaluative data on the use of PDSA cycles, process maps, redesign and Run/SPC charts in practice and the usefulness of an educational intervention teaching these methods for General Practice and as a method to aid quality improvement in their healthcare environment. We aimed to recruit six to eight people for each group. We constructed a questionnaire that would gather demographic data and measure the actual or perceived usefulness of the quality improvement methods that GPRs have used in their healthcare environment; the actual or perceived possibility of using QI and audit methods in situ with other healthcare staff, and the actual or perceived benefits to quality improvement in General Practice.

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Additional Information:The evaluation project employed quantitative and qualitative data collection methods. ST3 GPRs were invited to participate in a focus group in order to provide experiential and evaluative data on the use of PDSA cycles, process maps, redesign and Run/SPC charts in practice and the usefulness of an educational intervention teaching these methods for General Practice and as a method to aid quality improvement in their healthcare environment. We aimed to recruit six to eight people for each group. We constructed a questionnaire that would gather demographic data and measure the actual or perceived usefulness of the quality improvement methods that GPRs have used in their healthcare environment; the actual or perceived possibility of using QI and audit methods in situ with other healthcare staff, and the actual or perceived benefits to quality improvement in General Practice.
Keywords:Quality Improvement methods, PDSA cycles, SPC charts
Subjects:X Education > X210 Research skills
B Subjects allied to Medicine > B990 Subjects Allied to Medicine not elsewhere classified
X Education > X900 Others in Education
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Health & Social Care
ID Code:3681
Deposited By: Zowie Davy
Deposited On:23 Nov 2010 09:18
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:51

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