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New Planning and Productivity Tool

In response to the Department of Health letter to Chief Executives on 'Campaigns to Promote earlier Diagnosis of Cancer' (August 2011), the Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy (JAG) has been developing a new Planning and Productivity Tool.  This will enable services to operate more productively by improved management of demand and efficient booking.  The new tool is now available on the GRS website in time for the October census and units are urged to use the tool before submitting their October census return.  A pack of additional information including a Userguide and demo slides can be found on the Download section, under Planning and Productivity on the JAG website.

Changes to JAG Accreditation Fees

Changes to the JAG fees structure are being implemented from 2012.  Visit the JAG website for information on the range of services available as part of the fee structure and how these changes will affect your unit's accreditation. 

The JAG Accreditation System holds all of the vital resources required when preparing for your JAG Visit.

It is recommended that all new users to this system first read the JAG Visit Website User Manual, available in the Demo area of this website.

If you have a Username and Password, please log in to the left. If you haven't yet been in touch with the JAG Office to book your JAG Visit, please contact the JAG team on 020 3075 1620 or by email askjag@rcplondon.ac.uk to organise your JAG Visit and obtain details to log in to this system.

Please log in using the Username and Password provided to you by the JAG Office.
If you are interested in becoming an Assessor, please contact Olive Collier on 020 3075 1620 or by email askjag@rcplondon.ac.uk to register your interest.

Any enquiries with regards to this system may be directed to the JAG Office on 020 3075 1620 or by email askjag@rcplondon.ac.uk .  

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