Review how your practice measures up to the recommendations in the Australian Asthma Handbook (2014), and support your patients to achieve better asthma control and better quality of life.
CLOSED FOR NEW ENROLMENTS
For current enrolment, submit Initial data collection, Review data collection and Evaluation by 31 July 2018.
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This activity has been accredited for 40 (Category 1) points (QI activity) in the RACGP QI&CPD Program for the 2017–2019 triennium (activity ID number 92156).
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This activity has been accredited for 30 PRPD points in the ACRRM PDP Program for the 2017–2019 triennium (code 7358).
- Recognised for the Practice Incentives Program Quality Prescribing Incentive (PIP QPI)
Asthma affects 1 in 10 Australians. Fifty percent of people with asthma live with poor control of their condition and consider it to be 'normal'.
Take the opportunity to review how your practice measures up to the recommendations in the Australian Asthma Handbook (2014), and support your patients to achieve better asthma control and better quality of life.
This online Clinical e-Audit will help you improve the individual management of your patients by identifying risk factors, reviewing asthma control, and adjusting management and and reinforcing the benefits of maintaining an up-to-date written asthma action plan. This activity is based on the recommendations from the Australian Asthma Handbook.
Our Clinical e-Audits are free quality improvement activities that help GPs review their current prescribing practice for patients with certain conditions, compared with current best practice guidelines.
- completing electronic data collection for 10 patients
- securely submitting de-identified data online
- receiving immediate patient
- specific feedback to assist implementation of changes to practice
- reviewing individual and peer feedback results based on best practice clinical indicators
- recording progress of individual patients automatically identified for review
- reflecting on improvements in practice.
Participation in this activity will assist GPs to:
- identify risk factors that may contribute to poor asthma outcomes
- determine management based on regular review of asthma control
- outline the benefits of maintaining an up-to-date written asthma action plan
- implement a systematic approach to review asthma control and management.
You will ...
- have access to a summary of best practice recommendations
- create a management plan for each patient
- receive immediate feedback on your results and compare your results with that of your peers.