This project builds on Learning to Make a Difference (LTMAD), and uses national clinical audit data to help ST3+ doctors develop quality improvement projects to make a difference to patient care.
What we are doing
The LTMAD programme enables core medical trainees to learn and develop skills in quality improvement methodology. With funding from the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP), we are expanding the approach to ST3+ doctors and offering the chance to significantly build quality improvement capacity within the medical workforce using national clinical audit data.
On this page, trainees can find information and examples on how to get quality improvement projects started and keep them going until completion. Resources and links have been made available to help trainees get their projects underway.
Trainees can register their projects on the LTMAD database by filling out the registration form.
Alternatively, they can download the registration forms on the trainee and supervisor pack pages linked to at the bottom of the page and email them to LTMADbeyondCMT@rcplondon.ac.uk.