Essential reading for anyone working in general practice or involved in improving the quality of general practice, this practical book demonstrates how a set of clinical quality indicators can be usefully employed in the management of the most common problems encountered by general practitioners.
...this book gives well-reasoned and practical advice. It will be essential reading for any registrar who wants to check the evidence for common illnesses and their treatments. The editors have collected an impressive list of contributors who have all written short chapters packed with good advice. This should be on the list of all training practices as an edition to their library and essential MRCGP reading for all registrars.
Update, June 2002
This is a terrific book. It is a reference source for all who seek to use indicators to measure quality. That means everyone in the health business everywhere...Each chapter explains why the particular disease presents a problem, reviews the evidence for using certain measures as indicators and then considers the data sources and references them.
Family Practice, 2002
Excellent review of evidence relating to 19 quality indicator sets.
Canadian Family Physician
This is an important and timely book for GPs and their teams... It is also a very practical book. It clearly outlines how the indicators were developed. The authors have used a rigorous and systematic way of combining expert opinion and scientific evidence. The result is thought provoking and aids reflection on some of the commonest conditions seen in general practice.
Clinical Governance Bulletin