ThinkGP’s range of Quality Improvement (QI) activities have been designed to arm GPs with the tools they need to excel, benchmarking standards of care to the highest level. With step-by-step guides, on the job development and reflective learning, our QI activities are centred on aiding GPs to provide quality patient care and outcomes. Whether newly qualified or practicing for years, a QI activity will ensure you are on track to deliver optimal patient outcomes and keep you up to date with best practice across a range of therapeutic areas. Each activity has a reflective learning component to help solidify and embed learnings.
QI Programs are accredited as a Category 1 activity and worth 40 CPD points / 30 ACRRM PRPD points.
This Quality Improvement (QI) program aims to optimise pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of lipid abnormalities in patients with atherogenic dyslipidaemia, to achieve a reduction in cardiovascular disease risk in patients.
This Quality Improvement (QI) Program aims to improve the management and quality of life in patients taking long-acting opioids and experiencing constipation.
This QI (Quality Improvement) Program aims to tailor the choice of anti-depressant medication for the initial management of a patient with depression based on maintaining therapy long term to achieve more positive patient outcomes and response with a clear focus on involving the patient in all management decisions.
This Quality Improvement (QI) Program aims to improve the management of patients with chronic heart failure with a LVEF (left ventricular ejection fraction) lower than 40%.