CQC inspections and Significant Event Analysis

Our GP support team have seen an increase in the number of ‘Inadequate’ and ‘Requires Improvement’ CQC reports which identify the lack of awareness, discussion and/or documentation of Significant Event Analysis (SEA) by practices as a problem.

We suggest practices read this page detailing the CQCs view of SEA and what they are looking for during an inspection. It is also worth bearing in mind SEAs also form an important part of a doctor’s appraisal.

Last updated : 18 Apr 2018


Preparing for your CQC presentation (18 Jul 2018)

This month we are launching our CQC presentation guide, which explains how to prepare for the 30 minute presentation which is part of every practice inspection. Dami Akanbi from our...
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Re-inventing medicine round-table (18 Jul 2018)

At our annual conference in May, Prof Martin Marshall, vice-chair of RCGP Council, spoke about the need to reconsider what general practice and community medicine looks like. Reinventing medicine is...
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New NHS England contract payments consultation (18 Jul 2018)

NHS England has launched a consultation on reforming three aspects of the way practices are paid, specifically: The rurality index payment; the London adjustment; and reducing the amount paid...
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Executive Personal Assistant to the CEO vacancy - deadline for applications 5:00pm, Monday 20 August 2018 (17 Jul 2018)

This is a permanent full-time role in Londonwide LMCs, the membership organisation representing over 7,000 NHS General Practitioners in London. The organisation provides pan-London leadership and shared committee services for its...
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Tips of the month July 2018 (17 Jul 2018)

We provide weekly tips based on common queries which come through to us from London GPs and practice teams. These are shared via social media and collated for...
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Free practice manager conference - Thursday 22 November 2018 (17 Jul 2018)

Our next free to attend practice manager's conference will take place on Thursday 22 November 2018 at Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9HQ. The packed programme so far...
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CPD Standards Office awards our General Practice Manager Training Programme 106 CPD points (17 Jul 2018)

Our new General Practice Manager (GPM) training programme has now been awarded CPD accreditation by the CPD Standards Office. Students on the programme will now receive up to 106...
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GP State of Emergency success: TFL change fees advice (16 Jul 2018)

Following a letter from our GP State of Emergency team, Transport for London have updated their advice to applying for a private hire driver licence to reflect that the charge...
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GP partnership review - London fact-finding visit (16 Jul 2018)

Dr Nigel Watson, Chair of Wessex LMCs, is leading the Department of Health and Social Care’s (DHSC) review of the GP partnership, due to be completed by the end of...
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