We produce local summary guidelines for primary care, to promote equality of access and effective care. Our goal is to translate new initiatives and research on quality and clinical excellence through these guidelines. We provide recommendations across the spectrum from patient safety by managing medicines to improving identification and care of LTCs.
Tools and documents to assist EMIS Web practices. These include prevalence searches to identify missing patients from QOF registers and increase income, mail merge care plans and referral forms. SMART innovative clinical templates available nationally, comprehensive instruction documents and template guides.
Short training videos to complement training courses we run on using EMIS, but also offer a different route to access training. Examples include how to build an EMIS web protocol to launch a template, how to activate national templates, and how to use searches and check patient.
CEG How To Videos
Our team of highly experienced facilitators and clinicians deliver workshops on QOF, local enhanced services and contemporary clinical subjects. Seminars on IT for both beginners and advanced are available for primary care workers. All our upcoming training can be viewed on our events page.
To support practices with the complexities of enhanced services, and national programmes we produce “Fact Files” to deliver key messages. These are available via our clinical templates, enabling our clinicians to readily access the information during the consultation. We produce comprehensive search manuals to enable effective use of our EMIS web suite of practice searches.
The CEG research team leads research in the effective delivery of primary care in an ethnically diverse, inner city environment. The findings of this research are directly translated back into health practice through development of clinical guidelines, risk scores and software tools. Our research publications range from clinical disease areas to service improvement.
The CEG is part of Queen Mary University of London, and complies with their Information Governance Policies.