Clinical Decision Support Tools
Clinical Decision Support Tools – Compliance with NG12 NICE Guidance
Compliance with NG12 NICE Guidance
- Primary Care Network hosts a session on clinical support tools as part of peer support
- Primary Care Networks create opportunities to signpost- support peer learning for their trainees re NG12 Guidance, E-Learning modules and Clinical Decision tools
- Practices agree to use a clinical decision support tool including an audit of use and outcomes.
Clinical Decision Support Tools – Hints and Tips
- Gateway C
- Clinical Decision Support tools
- NG12 summary resources
- Cancer Maps’ is an interactive CDS designed to enable GPs to take symptoms that patients present with during a consultation and map them on possible suspected cancer pathways. – gatewayc.org.uk/cancer-maps-online-tool/
Serious but non-specific symptoms of cancer
The use of Clinical Decision Support Tools and / or “Vague symptoms” (also called Serious but non-specific symptoms of cancer pathways) and / or Rapid Diagnostic Centre pathway. This depends on the service available locally. The Gold standard is the Rapid Diagnostic Centre (RDC) pathway but many areas do not have this in place. Consider-
- Practices are aware of and uses their local RDC if there is a RDC pathway.
- Where there is no RDC pathway, practices are aware of and use their local “vague symptoms” or Serious but non-specific symptoms of cancer pathway if this is available.
- Where there is no RDC or vague symptoms pathway the practices are aware of and use decision support tools such as Q cancer.