Learning from others

Browse some of our top ways to connect and share across Primary Care.

 

Get inspiration

View our case studies or poster section to hear about local quality improvement work happening in primary care. These case studies and posters have been reviewed and themed as topics that are the most relevant to people working in primary care.

Join a learning network

The Knowledge Hub is an online space to allow special interest groups to connect, share and collaborate.

You can either browse existing groups and request to join them or create your own group.

You can create a restricted group for free if you work in the public and non-profit services, which means you have complete control over who joins and only members can see your content.

The Primary Care Improvement Portfolio:

Hosts a number of learning networks for their individual work programmes. Find out more

Scottish Primary Care Research Network:

Works in collaboration with the disease specific networks and is open to all researchers and primary care professionals. Their 2 research themes are (1) Multiple morbidity, complex care needs and deprivation (early years to end of life); and (2) The organisation and implementation of care. Find out more

 

Sign up to hear the latest news

Primary Care Improvement Portfolio newsletter:

Find out what the national Primary Care Improvement Portfolio is doing to improve primary care in Scotland in their quarterly newsletter. Email hcis.pcpteam@nhs.net to subcribe to our newsletter.

Quality Improvement newsletter:

Keep up-to-date with everything related to quality improvement in public service in Scotland with NHS Education for Scotland’s Quality Improvement News. Subscribe to newsletter

Patient Safety newsletter:

Interested in patient safety and quality improvement? Email NES to join their patient safety mailing list, and let them know your suggestions: patientsafety@nes.scot.nhs.uk 

 

Go to a learning event

Visit our events page to see all the upcoming events in primary page.

You can also browse past events for learning outputs.

 

Stay connected on Twitter

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