This webinar from Lizzy Whiting explains how to have effective Quality Improvement meetings in practice.
How can you utilise systems and meetings to aid communication in practice?
Pam Mosedale, QI Clinical Lead, chats to Professor John Williams, National Surgical Lead at Vets Now.
How do huddles benefit the team? and why should we endeavour to make time for them? Find out in this feature by Jenny Brown Bsc(Hons) BVM&S(dist) GPCert(FelPr) MANZCVS(Medicine of Cats) MSc MRCVS
Journal clubs can provide a framework for you to explore the latest research and apply what you have learned in clinical practice.
Sally Everitt, inFOCUS Clinical Lead, talks to Pam Mosedale, QI Clinical Lead, about how to start a journal club, including how to select and critically appraise papers.
What did you bring back from your last CPD? In this webinar, Dr Marnie Brennan explains how to look at what you learned critically.
Journal clubs don’t have to depend on the team being in the same building. Listen to Rachael Bacon, RVN, explain the benefits of group chat journal clubs.
Have you ever thought about whether your clients care if your practice participates in QI activities?
Caroline Freedman, the representative for pet owners on the RCVS’ Practice Standards group, chats to Pam Mosedale about the clients' perspective.
How can you get the most out of your CPD? Linda Prescott-Clements, RCVS Director of Education, explains about using reflection in CPD.
RCVS Director of Education Linda Prescott-Clements discusses reflection's central role in outcomes-focused CPD.