The College produces a variety of resources to assist our members with their ongoing learning.
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* These resources contain activities eligible for Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) clinical audit credits.
Is designed to help practices identify how well the systems and processes in the practice meet the needs of patients and plan for improvement.
Provides information and resources in order to respond to the needs of older people. Key areas covered: preventive care, detecting and monitoring risk, and managing problems. CQI activities - refer to Continuous Quality Improvement Activities, Book 1.
Contains information and continuous quality improvement activities to aid in the provision of quality cervical screening in general practice in New Zealand.
Contains continuous quality improvement clinical audit activities in the areas of: WellChild, Health for Young People, Care of Older People, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Diabetes Mellitus.
Contains six clinical audit activities for locums, part-time GPs and GPs working in Accident and Medical clinics.
Advice for GPs to create and maintain culturally competent general practices in New Zealand.
Outlines the framework for designing and undertaking a College approved continuous quality improvement activity. A resource for GPs, practice staff, IPAs and other primary care groups.
A guide to providing effective care for young people. Key areas covered: overcoming barriers, communication skills, preventive care, and major health issues for young people. CQI activities –refer to Continuous Quality Improvements Activities, Book 1.
This resource will assist General Practice Obstetricians (GPOs) to meet professional and Section 88 requirements. CQI indicators for maternity care. B Sample CQI antenatal care - smoking cessation.
Walks you through the essential of complaint management in general practice.
This discussion paper has implications for all health professionals involved in the process of tests and referrals management. Interim Advice on minimising error in patient test results. This is to be used as a guide only for general practice.
This resource explains the College philosophy and framework on quality improvement and how it is applied in general practice.
This resource aims to provide information and continuous quality improvement activities for practices wishing to improve preventive care and screening. CQI activities - refer to Continuous Quality Improvements Activities, Book 1.
This resource promotes self-care as an essential element of general practice and provides positive examples of how GPs can care for themselves. Includes a workbook. These activities do not qualify for MOPS CQI credits.
This resource describes a process to assist practices to analyse significant events/cases to learn and improve. It contains a Significant Event form which can be used to apply for CQI credits.
A history of general practice vocational training in New Zealand.
Provides guidance for doctors entering general practice in New Zealand. Covers the requirements to work in New Zealand as a GP, an overview of general practice and the New Zealand health environment and a template for orientation to a practice.
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