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LTMD quality improvement training survey

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The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) is calling on all clinicians currently in postgraduate medical training or who provide educational supervision to complete a short survey (less than 5 minutes) about their experiences with the training, delivery and supervision of quality improvement (QI) work as part of postgraduate curricula.

The RCP has supported a successful educational programme, Learning to Make a Difference (LTMD), for the last 7 years, which has assisted training in order to embed quality improvement capability within core and specialty medical trainees.


The current delivery of LTMD is changing, and support for this work will be managed through the RCP QI Hub. We would like to take this opportunity to ascertain how QI training is being delivered and the experiences of both trainees and supervisors in carrying out quality improvement projects. The feedback we gain from this survey will be used to focus the planning for future RCP work in this area.

Please click on the relevant link to answer the trainee or supervisor surveys:

If you have any queries please contact the QI Hub: