Quality improvement in general practice

Most general practice professionals are committed to providing a high-quality service to their patients. Yet quality improvement is not routinely embedded in general practice, and various barriers need to be overcome to create a culture in which quality improvement is recognised as central to the provision of good general practice services.
Quality improvement in general practice makes recommendations for action at multiple levels of the health system to nurture and support improvements in quality in general practice. The paper’s GP authors, Paresh Dawda, Richard Jenkins, and Robert Varnam, are also members of the primary care team at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement.
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