GP Clusters are typically groups of between five to eight GP practices in a close geographical location. As described in the Scottish Government’s publication, Improving Together, the purpose of the clusters is to:
- encourage GPs to take part in quality improvement activity with their peers, and
- contribute to the oversight and development of their local healthcare system.
Improving Together offers an alternative route to quality through facilitating collaborative relationships and learning in order to develop and improve together for the benefit of local communities.
Improving Together Interactive (ITi) is the live toolkit which hosts and signposts to resources which have been collated with key stakeholders and our national partners. ITi is a dynamic and virtual resource and will be updated regularly to reflect best practice and current needs as they emerge.
Click Improving Together Interactive (ITi) to discover more.