Learning to Make a Difference (LTMD) was a programme designed to empower junior doctors through the development of quality improvement skills, which can then be put into practice to make a real difference in patient care. It was initiated by the Royal College of Physicians of London (RCP) and the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB).
LTMD is no longer an active programme now that quality improvement (QI) has been embedded into core medical training. However, information, resources and links will continue to be available to help trainees get QI projects underway.
Core medical trainees are also invited to submit posters for a dedicated showcase exhibition at the RCP's annual conference in June 2018.