The Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) Primary Care Improvement Initiative supports general practice teams to successfully undertake data-driven continuous quality improvement (CQI). The aim is to simplify the improvement process, so it becomes business as usual, and improvements are sustained.
GCPHN has partnered with Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL) to provide an exclusive and fully funded eLearning training platform for general practice staff (including GPs, PMs, PNs and receptionists) in the Gold Coast region.
By providing the tools and resources to support your primary care team to successfully undertake data-driven CQI, together we are progressing our vision of ‘building one world class health system for the Gold Coast’. This platform aims to support your understanding of high performing primary healthcare, which encompasses patient-centred care, integrated approaches and how to apply these in practice.
The educational resources on the GCPHN AGPAL eLearning Platform can be accessed and completed at your own pace, at any time until May 2024. Certificates of completion are available for all modules and webinars as evidence for CPD.
To create an account and access the platform click here .
Instructions on how to create an account and use the platform are found here.
Please note: Please check your junk/spam or quarantined email inboxes, sometimes emails from the eLearning platform are accidentally filed there. Mark them as ‘safe’ to stop emails from the platform being filed there in the future.
For any questions, please contact the GCPHN Primary Health Care Improvement Team on (07) 5612 5408 or email email@example.com.
For technical support whilst using this platform please contact AGPAL: firstname.lastname@example.org
This platform features:
Five eLearning modules to help general practice teams understand the foundational building blocks of higher performing primary care. Each module will help you implement data-driven quality improvement strategies in your own practice, modules include:
Five user-friendly and informative RACGP Standards 5th edition eLearning modules and three recorded webinars to support practices to prepare for accreditation.