Improve the quality of your referral with GatewayC

Friday 25th September 2020

Are you seeking to improve your suspected cancer referrals?

Our Improving the Quality of Your Referral course aims to assist you with this and covers:

  • Clinical decision making
  • Helping to reduce DNAs
  • Key information to include in a referral
  • Safety netting
  • What patients want to know
  • The Cancer Maps

If you would like to learn more:

  • Access GatewayC’s Improving the Quality of Your Referral course here
  • Register for GatewayC’s free webinar on Safety Netting in Primary Care here
  • Access Dr Ben Noble’s The Cancer Maps here
  • Access the PCN DES specification (Early Cancer Diagnosis section 7.4) here
  • Access the QOF Quality Improvement domain here

Follow us: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook

Latest from the Blog

Top tips for medical students on cancer

Top tips for medical students on cancer

Wednesday 22th April 2020 Following on from GatewayC’s successful Facebook Live we have gathered our five top tips for medical students, to improve early detection in cancer. 1. What are the key red flags to look out for? GatewayC’s 16 free online cancer education...

read more

Related Posts

Preparing a patient for a suspected cancer referral

Preparing a patient for a suspected cancer referral

Up to 1 in 10 patients do not attend their two week wait appointment, with some patients not understanding the seriousness of the referral. This statistic shows how important it is for GPs to share their concerns around the possibility of cancer, but knowing what to...

read more
Finger Clubbing and Lung Cancer

Finger Clubbing and Lung Cancer

Finger clubbing, also known as digital clubbing or Hippocratic fingers, is a phrase used to describe specific changes to the shape of the fingers and fingernails. It can be a sign of various diseases, including lung cancer. How to recognise finger clubbing Finger...

read more