What do General Practice Liaison Officers do?
General Practice Liaison Officers (GPLOs) facilitate:
- Appropriate clinical pathways and transfer of care processes
- Integration of services at the interface between general practice and hospital care.
This includes improving:
- Transfer of care
- Clinical handover and hospital discharge processes
- Local strategies to integrate care and improve models of care
- Collaborative models of care development
- Interprofessional education and engagement about integration mechanisms and associated models of care.
The GPLO as a network member
- Building the capacity and capability of GPLOs through shared learning, experiences, resources and innovations
- Providing opportunities for QGPL Network members to build mutually supportive and collaborative relationships to enhance individual and network growth and development
- Sharing improvements with the network and supporting their wider implementation
- Supporting and contributing to the implementation of the QGPL Network annual work plan
- Showcasing QGPL Network and member achievements.